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Before It Breaks

Written by Dave Warner

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Detective Daniel Clement is back in Broome, licking his wounds from a busted marriage and struggling to be impressed by his new team of small-town cops. Here, in the oasis on the edge of the desert, life is as stagnant as Clement’s latest career move.

But when a body is discovered at a local fishing spot, it is clearly not the result of a crocodile attack. Somewhere in Broome is a hunter of a different kind.

As more bodies are found, Clement races to solve a decades-old mystery before a monster cyclone hits.

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
'As Australian as a Tim Tam, this is fine descriptive writing that conveys both the searing heat and vast distances of the Outback.' Adelaide Advertiser

'Warner’s tone is laid-back and laconic, but with sentences as snappy as a nutcracker.' Books+Publishing

'A great read!' Launceston Examiner

'It’s great to see Warner in print again with this ripper read.' Crime Factory 18

‘Dave Warner is not only a well-known musician, but he has also forged a successful career as a crime fiction author.’ Mansfield Courier

‘Gripping.’ Herald Sun

AWARDS
Ned Kelly Award for Best Fiction (Winner 2016)

Properties
ISBN 9781925161175 (Paperback)
9781925163797 (Paperback)
Formats C Format (230 x 152mm) (Paperback)
B Format (198 x 128mm) (Paperback)
Categories Award Winning
Crime & Mystery
Fiction
Book Club Reads
ebooks
Publisher Fremantle Press
Edition 1st
Publication Year 2015
Pages 344
Rights World
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    Dave Warner

    Dave Warner is an author, musician and screenwriter. 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. Once nominated by Bob Dylan as his favourite Australian music artist, Dave Warner originally came to national prominence with his gold album Mug’s Game, and his band Dave Warner's from the Suburbs. In 2017 he released his tenth album When. He has been named a Western Australian State Living Treasure and has been inducted into the WAMi Rock’n’Roll of Renown. Read more