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The Warramunga's Aftermath of War

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The Warramunga's Aftermath of War encapsulates the investigation into the post-war activities of a major criminal organisation with tentacles to the USA, Australia and South East Asia. When a fishing boat is discovered in distress in rough seas northwest of Darwin in late 1945, former army officer, Jamie Munro, and educated half-caste Warramunga aborigine, Jack "Jacko" O'Brie ...more
Paperback, 310 pages
Published June 13th 2018 by Zeus Publications
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Joseph Spuckler
Nov 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: action-adventure
Greg Kater's second book Warramunga in the series does not disappoint. For those seeking a realistic 1940s Action- Adventure novel, this is it. The story reads like a period movie filled with thrills and characters the reader will want to know. Jamie and Jacko are home from the war and working for the Australian Commonwealth Investigative Service. The war's end, however, does not mean peace and quiet for those who have survived. There are still war crimes to prosecute, and as Jamie and Jacko dis ...more
Mary Yarde
Feb 24, 2019 rated it it was amazing

“As the sea spray lashed his face, Jamie reflected that his first Christmas in Darwin had become much more eventful than he had bargained for…”

They were in the middle of Christmas lunch when the distress call from a small boat off the north coast of Darwin was intercepted. Jamie Munro and Jack “Jacko” O’Brien from the Commonwealth Investigation Service (CIS) volunteered their services to help with the rescue. However, when they reached the boat, they saw a body of a young child floating in t
Jennifer (JC-S)
Aug 05, 2018 rated it liked it
‘In 1945, the wet in the Top End started in November and increased in intensity, producing its heaviest rain and strongest winds by Christmas.’

In the immediate post-war period, Jamie Munro and Jack ‘Jacko’ O’Brien are heading up the Darwin Offices of the Commonwealth Investigation Service (CIS). The novel opens, on Christmas Day, with Jamie and Jacko aboard the Darwin Harbour Pilot’s cutter in rough seas. Jamie and Jacko had volunteered to join others in investigating the report of
Ella James
Jan 20, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The Warramunga’s Aftermath of War by Greg Kater follows former Army Officer Jamie Munro and his friend and colleague and Warramunga Aborigine Jacko O’Brien as they follow yet another assignment in their investigative roles within the Commonwealth Investigation Service in Darwin, in Australia. Set just after the war in late 1945, Jamie and Jacko find themselves in the Philippines tracking down a child smuggling ring, which comes to light after a smuggler’s boat runs into difficulties during a sto ...more
Nila Eslit
Nov 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
From military counter-espionage to pedophile ring investigation

The Warramunga’s Aftermath of War is Greg Kater’s second installment of a trilogy. This time, the focus of the story is on the pedophile ring that proliferates as soon as World War II ends. The central characters, Jamie “James” Munro and Jack “Jacko” O’Brien team up again in this adventure that leads them to the Philippines and the wild countryside of Australia.

Just like what he did in his first work of fictio
Dec 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
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When former army officers Jaime Munro and Jack “Jacko” O’Brien volunteered to aid a distressed fishing boat, they did not think that they would become embroiled in the pursuit of an international paedophile ring. That is, however, what happened.

With the aid of the lovely Carna, Jaime and Jacko obtain information from not only the two adult crewmembers; but also the sole surviving child who hid among lifebelts and boat fenders to avoid detection. Jaime and Jacko then devised a plan to travel to
Juanita Dennis
Aug 18, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: good
Not normally my type of reading material but interesting.
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An excellent sequel to it's predecessor which i knew i was going to enjoy from the outset. Fantastic charecterisation. Knowledge of tribal rites and local environs is spot on. Wonderfully written and highly enjoyable.
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Greg Kater is an Australian-based author. He lives in Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast, Queensland and has recently retired from a 55-year international career in the mineral resources industry. The Warramunga’s Aftermath of War is his second work of historical fiction in a trilogy following his first book, The Warramunga’s War published by Zeus Publications.

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