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Those Who Perish

#4 Caleb Zelic

Emma Viskic

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ECHO
01 March 2022
A REMOTE ISLAND AN ISOLATED COMMUNITY A KILLER PICKING THEM OFF ONE BY ONE ...

'You should be careful, Mr Zelic. Because the person who killed Peter Taylor will almost certainly kill again.' The detective's glassy eyes didn't blink. 'And you're already in their sights.' Deaf PI Caleb Zelic has always been an outsider, estranged from family and friends. But when he receives a message that his brother, Anton, is in danger, Caleb sees it as a chance at redemption.

He tracks Anton down to a small, wind-punished island, where secrets run deep and resentments deeper. When a sniper starts terrorising the isolated community, the brothers must rely on each other like never before. But trust comes at a deadly price ...

PRAISE FOR THOSE WHO PERISH: 'I rate Emma Viskic as Australia's best crime writer - vivid characters, ingenious plots and a passionate social conscience' - PHILLIP ADAMS'Emma Viskic is a terrific, gutsy writer with great insight' - EMILY MAGUIRE 'Tense and atmospheric' - GARRY DISHER 'Compelling' - CHRIS HAMMER 'Addictive' - DERVLA McTIERNAN 'Thrilling' - CHRISTIAN WHITE PRAISE FOR THE CALEB ZELIC SERIES: 'A mazey delight of a mystery' - IAN RANKIN 'Outstanding, gripping, violent' - THE GUARDIAN 'An Australian thriller at its finest' - JANE HARPER 'Superb cast of characters' - THE TIMES 'Trailing literary prizes in its wake ... superbly characterised' - FINANCIAL TIMES
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Imprint:   ECHO
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 153mm, 
Weight:   378g
ISBN:   9781760686772
ISBN 10:   1760686778
Pages:   304
Publication Date:  
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Emma Viskic's critically acclaimed Caleb Zelic novels have been published worldwide. The series has won numerous prizes, including a Ned Kelly Award and an unprecedented five Davitt Awards. Her debut novel, Resurrection Bay, was shortlisted for the UK's prestigious Gold Dagger and New Blood Awards, and a Barry Award in the US. Emma learned Auslan in order to create the character of Caleb, who is profoundly deaf. Emma was once a classical clarinettist whose musical career ranged from performing with Jose Carreras and Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to busking for beer money in St Kilda. She lives in Naarm/Melbourne, Australia and is currently working on a standalone novel.

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