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The last dingo summer: Jackie French.

The last dingo summer: Jackie French.
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400242004 AFA FRE
Australian Fiction   Gunnedah . . On Loan . 20 Jan 2020
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ISBN 9781460753217 (paperback)
Name French, Jackie author.
Title The last dingo summer Jackie French.
Published Sydney, NSW : Angus & Robertson, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2018
Description 323 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes "Ancient secrets can be deadly..." -- Cover.
"Tonight as the moon bounces above the ridge, I will hear the dingo hoel again." -- Cover.
Summary A body has been found in the burned-out wreckage of the church at Gibber's Creek with older skeletons lying beneath it. The corpse is identified as that of Ignatius Mervyn, the man who attempted to kill Jed Kelly and her unborn child. Newcomer Fish Johnstone is drawn into the murder investigation, convinced that the local police are on the wrong track with their enquiries. But as she digs beneath the warm and welcoming surface of the Gibber's Creek community, more secrets emerge. Fish must also face her own mystery - the sudden reappearance and then disappearance of her father, a Vietnamese refugee she never knew. As the last dingo howls on the hills above the river, Fish finds that Gibber's Creek has many secrets. And some of them are deadly.
Target audience note Adolescent.
Subjects Youth fiction
Detective and mystery stories
Historical fiction
Vietnamese -- Australia -- Juvenile fiction
Nineteen seventies -- Juvenile fiction
Secrecy -- Fiction
Country life -- Australia -- Fiction
Nineteen seventies
Murder -- Investigation
Australian fiction
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