Blood Sunset




      Blood Sunset
When a young runaway is found dead one morning, a syringe hanging out of his arm, no one is terribly shocked A known junkie, even local detective Rubens McCauley is quick to conclude that Dallas Boyd died of an accidental overdose But anomalies in the boy s death and the haunting memory of a childhood friend continue to nag at McCauley Unable to shake his unease, he soon digs deeper into the case and finds himself enmeshed in a secret network of pedophiles, child abusers, and underage prostitutes Forced to look evil in the eye, McCauley must conquer his own demons as he battles to find justice for a young boy he never even met. Best Read [ Blood Sunset ] By [ Jarad Henry ] – heartforum.co.uk

Jarad Henry has worked in the criminal justice system for the past ten years and is a currently a policy advisor for Victoria Police He has a degree in Criminology and is a regular presenter at many conferences, forums and seminars on crime trends.

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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • Blood Sunset
  • Jarad Henry
  • English
  • 05 July 2018
  • 1741754208

10 thoughts on “ Blood Sunset

  1. Brenda says:

    Detective Rubens McCauley felt uneasy as he viewed the young teenager in a dark Melbourne alleyway who seemed to have died from a drug overdose the needle hanging from his arm pointed to it But thinking on it in the aftermath, Rubens knew he needed to look into the deaththoroughly Against the express wishes of his boss at the station, Rubens who had recently returned to work after a shooting which almost cost him his life found himself on the outer But he was determined to follow th Detective Rubens McCauley felt uneasy as he viewed the young teenager in a dark Melbourne alleyway who seemed to have died from a drug overdose the needle hanging from his arm pointed to it But thinking on it in the aftermath, Rubens knew he needed to look into the deaththoroughly Against the express wishes of his boss at the station, Rubens who had recently returned to work after a shooting which almost cost him his life found himself on the outer But he was determined to follow through St Kilda in Melbourne was Rubens patch and it was a rough on...

  2. Pete Loveday says:

    This Australian Police Procedural is an excellent tale told with much skill and empathy for the grim job our Police force does for us Detective Sergeant Rueben McAuley is recovering from a past gunshot wound and possibly returns to active service a tad too soon However he is quickly immersed in a baffling case that will test his physical and metal strength to the utmost Dealing with murder, rock spiders and Departmental politics will take all of his ability and to further add to his worries This Australian Police Procedural is an excellent tale told with much skill and empathy for the grim job our Police force does for us Detective Sergea...

  3. Librarylinda says:

    Awesome right up there with Peter Temple Great plot, lots of twists and turns, lots of surprises AHHHHH so satisfying.

  4. Christopher says:

    An impressive police procedural set in Melbourne, Australia Jarad Henry is the perfect guide through mental life of police and the sub culture that shapes them Very good characterization and story line Going inside the mindset of the police is a diffi...

  5. Russ says:

    great book Gritty and realistic with a protagonist I could identify with The authenticity of the policing procedures gave the story line credibility, and I enjoyed reading about my home town I am looking forward to reading his other books

  6. Jean says:

    What starts out to be a simple drug overdose at the begining of the book turns into somethingdangerous and frightening Set in St Kilda in Melbourne it brings out all the local streets and icons.I really enjoyed this Aussie thriller.

  7. Anne Marshall says:

    Started out a bit slow, but got into its rhythm eventually Interesting story with a couple of great twists.

  8. Jessica Sharpe says:

    A bit predictable at time but still a good read.

  9. Mark Orchard says:

    Very much in the vain of books by Corris and Temple A good read.

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