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Lost at Logans Beach (The Oz-Files #4)

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Wrongly accused of his wife’s murder, and beset by bizarre dreams, Martin finds everyday life almost more than he can bear.
Martin’s wife is dead—murdered—and the authorities have it all wrong when they arrest Martin for the crime. He’s devastated, confused, vulnerable, and lost after being released on bail.

Desperate to reconnect with someone—anyone—he meets and c
Published March 20th 2019 by Evolved Publishing
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Oz-Files, Book 4 1 1 Jun 06, 2019 06:49AM  
Born in 1943 to a working class family with middle class aspirations, I began writing stories while at school, finally venturing into novels when I retired from teaching in 1997. The result was a series of mystery/thriller novels set in Australia and featuring two unorthodox investigators who work for the fictional Strange & Obscure Cases (SOC) Unit, an autonomous offshoot of ASIO.

Encouraged by p

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