Dining with Devils

Dining with Devils

Gordon Aalborg / Sep 16, 2019

Dining with Devils On a remote Tasmanian grazing property a gundog judge is murdered at first glance by a blind man shooting blanks at a dead pigeon in an incident seen but not understood by Tasmania Police Sgt Charlie

  • Title: Dining with Devils
  • Author: Gordon Aalborg
  • ISBN: 9781594147494
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Hardcover
  • On a remote Tasmanian grazing property, a gundog judge is murdered at first glance by a blind man shooting blanks at a dead pigeon in an incident seen but not understood by Tasmania Police Sgt Charlie Banes and his close friend, visiting Canadian author Teague Kendall.Meanwhile, Kendall s almost lover Kirsten Knelsen, an ardent caving enthusiast, is kidnapped elsewherOn a remote Tasmanian grazing property, a gundog judge is murdered at first glance by a blind man shooting blanks at a dead pigeon in an incident seen but not understood by Tasmania Police Sgt Charlie Banes and his close friend, visiting Canadian author Teague Kendall.Meanwhile, Kendall s almost lover Kirsten Knelsen, an ardent caving enthusiast, is kidnapped elsewhere in Tasmania, with nothing to even suggest the two incidents might be related Then Kendall himself goes missing.It takes all of Charlie s country cop skills to discover the links, which involve Kendall s vengeful Tasmanian ex wife, a psychotic, American hating ex Viet Nam sniper, and a killer believed to have been dead for than a year The killer everyone thinks perished in a Canadian cave is seeking revenge on Kirsten, the woman who trapped him there and left him to die This time as before he intends to have Kirsten for dinner, and when Kendall s ex wife contributes Kendall to the menu, the killer fairly drools with anticipation.Charlie s rush to save his friends and end the killing spree is a race against time through the eucalypt forests of Tasmania s east coast highlands Aided by a cranky old bushman and his even crankier Jack Russell terrier, Charlie also has help from the ubiquitous Tasmanian Devils world class scavengers with their own ideas about appropriate table manners.

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      • Gordon Aalborg

        Gordon Aalborg was born on February 5, 1942 in Alberta, Canada He began his writing career as a reporter, columnist and bureau chief at The Edmonton Journal in his native Alberta He wandered off to Australia in the 70s as a freelance journalist and radio tv broadcaster The best selling romance author, Victoria Gordon born in response to the publisher s claim that no man could write Harlequin category romance Gordon is widely believed to be the first man to seriously meet the challenge , and she survives after than twenty novels published throughout the world Gordon Aalborg is married with to mystery writer Denise Dietz, who helped him in his book Finding Bess.


    897 Comments

    1. I cannot express to you how much better this book was than the first in the series. There was a whole lot more action and suspense in this novel, and a lot less pointless meandering around pointless subjects which is what annoyed us about the first novel.Kirsten and Kendall once again find themselves at the mercy of Dr Stafford, a cannibalistic psychopath who they left for dead in the Vancouver wilderness. Now he is back for revenge and is still intent on sampling Kirsten's taste. Even if he has [...]


    2. All I can say is wow! This story is told from every character viewpoint - including the dog and the Tassie Devils on some occasions. It was a great read! I didn't realize until I was about finished that there is another book, so I guess I get to add another one to the to-read list. This book was chilling from beginning to end and I definitely recommend it for anyone who loves a good thriller.


    3. Part 2 of Aalborg's Specialist novels. While the first was a true mystery (Whodunnit) this one was more thriller as the antagonist is known and quite antagonistic. A good read, but make sure to read The Specialist first.


    4. yknow for a book about cannibalism, this book wasn't awful. the parts with a cantankerous old dog were the redeeming ones.


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