Black Tide by Peter Temple
(Jack Irish)

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Jack Irish is recovering from his last foray into the criminal underworld when he agrees to look for the missing son of Des Connors, the last living link to Jack’s father. It’s an offer he soon regrets, as he discovers that prodigal sons often go missing for a reason, and they always have something to hide. The second book in Peter Temple’s Jack Irish series, Black Tide takes us back into a brilliantly evoked world of pubs, racetracks, and sports – not to mention intrigue, corruption, and violence.

About Peter Temple

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Peter Temple is the author of eight crime novels, five of which have won the Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction. He has worked as a journalist and editor for newspapers and magazines in several countries. He lives in Victoria, Australia.
Published March 3, 2000 by Bantam. 336 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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This is a welcome sequel to BAD DEBTS, the introductory novel to what hopefully will be an extremely long run of books featuring Jack Irish, a suburban solicitor (a lawyer, though it's a bit more complicated than that) with a practice representing some rather dubious but nonetheless likable chara...

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