“Day’s End” by Gary Disher

Lee and Victoria weren’t the only ones to love ‘Day’s End’ by Gary Disher… Here is what the QBD crew thought:

If you’re on the hunt for a brand-new rural crime story, Garry Disher’s “Day’s End” is bound to keep you on the edge of your seat…

This time, beloved local copper Hirsch is driving around with Janne Van Sant – an international visitor whose backpacker son has gone missing. When a call comes in about a roadside fire – two noteworthy facts emerge. A suitcase was soaked in diesel and set alight. Janne knows more than Hirsch about forensic evidence. And the body in the suitcase is not her son’s.

“Day’s End” – the fourth book in the incredible Hirsch series – is a thrilling, atmospheric, and nail-biting read. Perfectly capturing the essence of a rural town, our must-read Fiction Book of the Month is bound to make a perfect early Christmas present!

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