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A shocking murder rocks the quiet coastal Victorian town of Queenscliff, a place where police work usually entails minor traffic infringements and dealing with the occasional Saturday night drunk.
Local senior constable Chris Blackie and his deputy Anthea Merritt fully expect a murder investigation to be handled by the Criminal Investigation Unit based in Geelong, but they’re blind-sided by the interest shadowy figures from the secret military training base on nearby Swan Island take in the case.
Consigned to the edges of the investigation and fearing an imminent wrongful conviction, Chris and Anthea defy their superiors to follow their own lines of inquiry – at great personal risk.
A worthy addition to Dorothy Johnston’s sea-change mystery series, ‘The Swan Island Connection’ once again brings Queenscliff to life with intrigue and exacting description.
The Bookshop at Queenscliff invites you to join local author Dorothy Johnston for the launch of the second in her sea-change mystery series, The Swan Island Connection.
The Swan Island Connection will be launched by Garry Spry, Hon. President of the Queenscliffe Historical Museum; former State Member for Bellarine (1992-2002).
When: Saturday, 7th October, 2017 from 4pm
Where: Queenscliff Brewhouse, 2 Gellibrand Street Queenscliff
This is a free event but bookings are essential by the 4th of October.