The Shark Net: Memories and Murder

The Shark Net: Memories and Murder

Robert Drewe


Written with a similar lyrical depth and spellbinding prose that has gained Robert Drewe's fiction overseas acclaim, The Shark Net is decided within the Fifties in a urban haunted through the risk of an elusive serial killer. Drewe's adolescence within the middle-class seashore suburb of Perth, Australia-often defined because the so much remoted urban within the world-takes a sinister flip while a social outcast (who seems to be an worker of Drewe's father) embarks on a five-year homicide spree. This strange memoir brilliantly conjures up the confluence of adolescent innocence and sexual awakening whereas a hare-lipped killer who ultimately murders 8 humans, together with one in all Drewe's pals, lurks within the shadows.

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