The Temptations of Frederick Weld
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This intriguing novel takes you down the back streets and sewer rivers of Auckland in the 1850s to uncover a savage triple murder. It also leads you into the dazzling ballrooms and past the closed curtains of respectability to reveal a tender love story. And it introduces you to the debating chamber and political machinations of New Zealand's first representative Parliamen...more
Paperback, 335 pages
Published August 1st 2003 by Black Swan
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Michael Wall is a former Chief Press Secretary for the New Zealand Government. He has also worked in the Office of the Prime Minister, under the administration of Sir Robert Muldoon.

He now lives at Te Ore Ore in the Wairarapa where he writes and breeds sports horses. He has written a series of thriller novels, including Museum Street, Friendly Fire, The Cassino Legacy, The Temptations of Frederick...more
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