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55 / James Delargy.

55 / James Delargy.

A wounded man walks into a police station in remote Western Australia and tells a remarkable story. Gabriel was picked up while hitchhiking, drugged, and woke up in chains in a barn in remote Western Australia. He'd been kidnapped by a man named Heath, who explains he's going to make Gabriel `number 55' -his fifty-fifth victim. Gabriel manages to escape and runs into the wilderness, eventually stumbling into town. The next day, a man calling himself Heath walks into the same police station and tells the exact same story. Except in his version, he is the victim. And Gabriel is the killer.

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Date Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Reserve
17 Apr 2019 200358045 DELA
Adult Fiction   Narooma . . On Loan . 16 Aug 2019
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Field name Details
Shelf Location DELA
Author Delargy, James
Title 55 / James Delargy.
Alternate Titles Fifty-five
Publication Details London : Simon & Schuster UK, 2019.
Description 423 pages ; 24 cm.
Notes A wounded man walks into a police station in remote Western Australia and tells a remarkable story. Gabriel was picked up while hitchhiking, drugged, and woke up in chains in a barn in remote Western Australia. He'd been kidnapped by a man named Heath, who explains he's going to make Gabriel `number 55' -his fifty-fifth victim. Gabriel manages to escape and runs into the wilderness, eventually stumbling into town. The next day, a man calling himself Heath walks into the same police station and tells the exact same story. Except in his version, he is the victim. And Gabriel is the killer.
Subject Truthfulness and falsehood -- Fiction
Victims of crimes -- Fiction
Serial murderers -- Fiction
Western Australia -- Fiction
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