The Deep Enders

The Deep Enders

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His home destroyed in The Pacific War, a troubled young man stumbles into the exotic pearling town of Broome hoping for safe harbor. Instead, Murph Turner discovers 'Australia's Casablanca' - a lawless place brimming with espionage, treachery and romance.An outsider in a bewildering land of red dust and paranoia, Murph is quickly taken under wing by Banjo - a cheeky Aboriginal scamp with a passion for pyrotechnics - and Micki, a beautiful teenager on the run from authorities.But even as the Japanese armada closes in on the northern coastline, the trio are suddenly thrust into a murderous adventure - all set against the backdrop of a true wartime tragedy, so brutal that it was immediately covered up by the Government.REVIEWS:"An action-packed adventure filled with wonderful characters, life and color. The Deep Enders is a wild ride for readers!" - Leah James (Film Producer)"A gripping read that will have you on the edge of your seat." - BookBuzz Magazine"Amazing writing ... you'll love it. 4.5 stars!" - Grace Radu, Booktube"There's only one word for The Deep Enders, unputdownable. It has adventure, mystery, gruesome villains, hidden treasures and a trio of friends you can laugh along with." - Aziza Green (author and media consultant)
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, [2016]
Copyright Date: ©2016
ISBN: 9781518815133
Branch Call Number: FIC Reard
Characteristics: 360 pages : illustrations, map ; 21 cm


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