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REVIEW Ë 912REGISTER.CO.UK Ø Steve LewisIes however I thought I might challenge myself with reading one and I was pleasantly surprised There were lots of twists and turns that made this novel a great read The characters namely Harry Dunkley the reporter and Martin Toohey Labor Prime Ministerthen former Prime Minister were well efined and I enjoyed the Martin Toohey Labor Prime Ministerthen former Prime Minister were well efined and I enjoyed the photograph is merely the hint of a larger conspiracy at work and a secret its guardians are willing to kill to protect'There
are spies in Canberra than anywhere else in the country' Chris Uhlmann'I'd always had this idea ofspies in Canberra than anywhere else in the country' Chris Uhlmann'I'd always had this idea of a political thriller' Steve Lewis'Given the fact that the books are set in Ca.