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Shark Net, The (edition 2004)
by Robert Drewe
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0141001968, Paperback)Written with the same lyrical intensity and spellbinding prose that has won Robert Drewe's fiction international acclaim, The Shark Net is set in the 1950s in a city haunted by the menace of an elusive serial killer. Drewe's youth in the middle-class seaside suburb of Perth, Australia-often described as the most isolated city in the world-takes a sinister turn when a social outcast (who turns out to be an employee of Drewe's father) embarks on a five-year murder spree. This unusual memoir brilliantly evokes the confluence of adolescent innocence and sexual awakening while a hare-lipped killer who eventually murders eight people, including one of Drewe's friends, lurks in the shadows.
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Evocation of an earlier Perth. Part murder mystery, part memoir in which a serial killer holds the city to ransom for 5 years.
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