Senior police officers at Latimer and locals of the little township of Bracken Wells in Central Western NSW, were taken by surprise at the arrival of DCI Bill Harrigan and his team from the United Nations International Investigation Agency. Jack Kallan, the Australian Prime Minister, got more than he bargained for when he invited UNIIA to investigate allegations of sexual abuse at the Monastery of the Brothers of the Holy Order of the Apostles and the disappearance of Susan Bryant, a political activist from the Greening Australia Party, protesting the extension of the Cypress Valley coal mine into the Bandianna State Conservation Area. Will Harrigan's legendary cynicism of the political system uncover anything untoward during the original granting of the coal mining rights in Cypress Valley? And what did Sam Poo, the Chinese bushranger of 1865 and a local indigenous lad from the Thurmoyumai people have to do with anything?
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About the Author
Howard Harrison was born on the outskirts of London, and now lives with his wife in Australia in a small country town in western New South Wales. Howard has lived in many parts of the world, gaining experience in various occupations including successful self employed businessman, soldier, public speaker, entertainer, senior executive and small business educator. Howard has worked with many governments at all levels, and enjoys a healthy cynicism of the bureaucratic and political systems which is often reflected through the main character of his Inspector Harrigan mysteries series.