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SARAH BAILEY – WHERE THE DEAD GO

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Sarah Bailey's debut novel, The Dark Lake, was a best seller in Australia, the USA and Canada. It won both the 2018 Davitt Award for Best Crime Debut and the 2018 Ned Kelly Award for Best First Crime. Where The Dead Go sees the return of Detective Gemma Woodstock in this captivating final chapter.

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