The finding of a brutally murdered body on a city beach sends Detective Chief Inspector Simon Webster on a hunt for the perpetrator of the dastardly deed. With the identity of the body established, the course of the investigation leads Simon into the spurious world of politics with any number of devious politicians, gangsters and property developers seen as potential suspects. Simon’s domestic situation provides no safe haven from the rigours of criminal catching as he tries to cope with the conviction his wife, Georgie, has that the quiet sea-side suburb is about to be invaded by a villainous bikie gang.
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John Henderson was born in Singleton, New South Wales. The family moved to the town of Yass soon afterwards where he spent his younger days before a further move, this time to Sydney. John went to Manly Boys’ High School, represented the District in cricket and spent time surfing. He joined the Army in 1968 and toured Vietnam in 1969-70. After a brief stint in the Commonwealth Public Service, and with his dry, cynical sense of humour, John chose to write crime satire. The Simon Webster Fiascos represent an amusing and skeptical view of life and bureaucratic nonsense, as viewed by the author.
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