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A Home is Not Necessarily a Haven.
By Peter C Byrnes. Murder squad series: book 20

Genre/Category: Crime, Thriller, Mystery
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This is the 20th Instalment in the Series involving the Murder Squad Detective Joseph Lind and his two young Partners, Detectives Shelley Shields and Dallas Courtney who have recently joined him.


The story is a direct link and a continuation to the previous Novella, “Guilty Until Proven Innocent.”


The brutal homicide deaths of Ulla Arunta and her two children is suspected to be the work of a savage and cruel Sydney Crime figure and his two cohorts to save a profitable and ongoing illegal concern from detection. A small affair in the over-all criminal activities of the major Sydney criminal. The estranged husband of the woman is wrongfully accused of the crime.


A "Siege and Shoot out" causes the death of a drug fuelled husband who had previously gunned to death his wife. The actions of Detective Lind in not following correct Policy and Procedures in such matters threatens to shorten his career as a top Murder Cop. 
A Home Invasion goes terribly wrong with the three residents of the premises brutally slain.


What is the tenuous link between these murders and the knifing to death of the Arunta woman and her two children?

The sudden escape from Australia of the Crime figure and his two cohorts with a sizable cash fortune deposited into various Balkan State Banks means that any further investigation into the slaying of the Arunta woman cannot be proceeded with.


Extradition of the suspected criminals in question is extremely doubtful.


The only satisfying token completion to this case for Detective Lind is arranging for an Open Warrant to be issued for the apprehension and conviction of the Criminal Trio if they ever returned to Australia.


Why would the Criminal Trio ever desire to return to Australian shores knowing that their past would be their downfall? Or would it? 


It appears that a home may never be a safe Haven.

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