Devlin Pool
  
Devlin Pool
Published:
8/30/2013
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
242
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-48368-965-4
Print Type:
B/W

Devlin Pool is the story of a murder in the Geraldton/Greenough region of Western Australia and the ensuing police investigation. Set against this contemporary crime are the nineteenth-century murders of sailors who had been involved in a robbery at sea and the massacre of Aboriginals in the area. Barney Merrick and Zep Marcon, two Geraldton detectives, encounter a bikie feud and Aboriginal rights issues as they try to solve the killing, during the period of the frenzy of a local football Grand Final.

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Kenneth Frederick Stewart was born in 1948 in Perth, Western Australia, and grew up in the suburb of Cottesloe. He is now a retired teacher after forty-two years in the classroom, twenty-five of those as the Head of Mathematics Department in senior high schools. Ten years were spent in Geraldton, and during that period, he was a senior goal umpire for the GNFL. He now lives in Balcatta in Perth. Ken runs a separate web page for his family history research with KITTO as a one-name study. He is a keen body surfer and bush walker.
 
 


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