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Heaven Sent

Written by Alan Carter

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Detective Sergeant Philip ‘Cato’ Kwong is light on sleep but high on happiness with his new wife Sharon Wang and their baby girl. But contentment is not compatible with life in the Job, and soon a series of murders of Fremantle’s homeless people gets in the way of Cato’s newfound bliss. As New WAve journalist Norman Lip flirts online with the killer, it becomes apparent that these murders are personal  every death is bringing the killer one step closer to Cato.

PRAISE FOR THE BOOK

‘The best Cato ever.’ Peta Semmens, Barefoot Books

'If you like your punchy police procedurals set west of the usual Australian crime, then Alan Carter is your man ... [Cato’s] perfect life comes under threat in more ways than one in this wry, rollicking thriller.' Readings

'Alan Carter's Cato Kwong books just get better and better: police procedurals written with tremendous verve, humour and heart, and a wonderful sense of place.' Adelaide Advertiser

'Heaven Sent is a tightly written crime novel with a good, and fearful plot. It is a worthy successor to its predecessors.' Fremantle Shipping News

'The fourth in the Cato Kwong series is a cracking police procedural ... Carter is a master of his craft and Heaven Sent is completely accessible to new readers, thanks to the most endearing crime fighter out there.' Herald Sun

Properties
ISBN 9781925591798 (Paperback)
Formats C Format (234 x 153mm) (Paperback)
Categories New Releases
Crime & Mystery
Publisher Fremantle Press
Edition 1st
Publication Year 2018
Pages 328
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    Alan Carter

    Alan Carter is an award-winning crime author and sometimes television documentary director. His Cato Kwong series – Prime Cut, Getting Warmer and Bad Seed – has been published in the UK, France, Germany and Spain. His latest novel, Marlborough Man, is set in New Zealand. Alan was born in Sunderland, UK and immigrated to Australia in 1991. These days he divides his time between his house near the beach in Fremantle and a hobby farm up a remote valley in New Zealand. In his spare time he follows a black line up and down the local swimming pool. Read more