We turn this month to a historical crime fiction The Holiday Murders (2013) by Melbourne author Robert Gott.
The Holiday Murders explores a little-known and sometimes violent corner of Australian history. Gott presents an acute socio-political rendering of a nation haunted by an underworld of fascism and the bloodshed of war. It is a cautionary tale that explores the bond between crime fiction and the shadows lurking in our collective past.
If you enjoy this one, why not read the sequel, The Port Fairy Murders (2015).
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