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ISBN: 9781760991012
Dimensions: 23.4x15.3cm
Pages: 264
Publication year: 2022
Publisher: Fremantle Press
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After the Flood

Written by Dave Warner

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A violent death by crucifixion near a remote north-west station has Detective Inspector Dan Clement and his Broome police officers disturbed and baffled. Other local incidents – the theft of explosives from a Halls Creek mine site, social justice protests at an abattoir, a break-in at an early childhood clinic – seem mundane by comparison. But as Clement starts to make troubling connections between each crime, he finds himself caught in a terrifying race. In a landmass larger than Western Europe, he must identify and protect an unknown target before it is blown to bits by an invisible enemy.

After the Flood is the thrilling new novel in the award-winning Dan Clement series.


Warner has endowed his work with both a great sense of location and of intrigue … A wonderfully satisfying example of Australian crime fiction.’ Sandy’s Book a Day Blog

‘Gritty with well-realised characters and a taut plot, this is an outstanding crime novel.’ Canberra Weekly

‘The story is fast-paced and intriguing … Aussie noir at its best.’ Better Reading

‘The red herrings are excellent, and few readers will completely work out what’s going on until Warner decides it’s time to reveal all.’ Beauty and Lace

After the Flood is [a] superbly plotted crime fiction with an authentic Aussie flavour.’ The Burgeoning Bookshelf

Pages: 264
Publication Year: 2022
Publisher: Fremantle Press
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Dave Warner photographed in Customs House bar at Circular Quay, NSW, on 20 February 2017 by Bleddyn Butcher

Dave Warner

Dave Warner is an author, musician and screenwriter. He has written nine novels and six non-fiction books. His first novel, City of Light, won the Western Australian Premier’s Book Award for Fiction, and Before it Breaks (2015) the Ned Kelly Award for best Australian crime fiction. His novel Clear to the Horizon features the lead […]