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Mark McGinn
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Deceit
Mark McGinn, author
Suspended lawyer turned PI, Clay Tempero, is doing it hard in Sydney and he’s over snooping on adulterers and living in cramped conditions. Then an old mate asks for his help in defending a wannabe pop star charged with murdering her son, though the boy’s body has never been found. But it’s not long before he finds the client dead in her own home. It seems the case is over until, Helena Carter, the ambitious politician bankrolling the defence, persuades Clay to find the missing boy – dead or alive. But what’s her real motive? For Clay, the case feels too close to home and he’s required to confront his past then deal with a client who has her own dark secrets she wants kept out of the light. Fast moving, taut, darkly humorous and rich in memorable characters, Deceit is a must-read for Mark McGinn fans.
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“Though a resident of Sydney, Clay Tempero, (Deceit) introduced in McGinn’s Trust No One (2013), would be right at home anywhere as a PI who doggedly pursues a case while wrestling with his own demons or rocky past. McGinn knows his way around the legal system and genre conventions. He also has a facility for the odd turn of phrase: Cocaine usage is described as “vacuuming with straws.”

Kirkus Review 2014

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