Shortlisted for the 2009 Arthur Ellis Award for Best Novel. In The
Tsunami File, Frank Delaney - investigative journalist and sometime
spy - is on assignment in Phuket, Thailand, in the aftermath of the
tsunami that killed thousands of people, foreigners and locals
alike. Disaster victim identification teams from police forces
across the globe have descended on this idyllic holiday location to
carry out their gruesome work. Delaney discovers that, against all
logic, someone is trying to prevent identification of one of the
bodies lying in makeshift beachside morgues. His search for the
reason follows a trail through Thailand's seedy child sex trade to
an elaborate cover-up in Germany and France, where those with
everything to lose use increasingly desperate measures to stop him
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Michael E. Rose
||180 x 113 x 32mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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