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10 thoughts on “Blood Moon (Inspector Challis, #5)

  1. says:

    Blood Moon is the fifth book in the Inspector Challis series by Garry Disher During schoolies week on the Mornington Peninsular, a School s chaplain was beating Inspector Challis and Ellen Destry is on the case to find out who did it and during the investigation, a murder was committed Readers of Blood Moon will continue to follow Inspector Challis and Sergeant Ellen Destry investigation into the killing and the assault on the chaplain.Blood Moon is the four book I have read in this series, a Blood Moon is the fifth book in the Inspector Challis series by Garry Disher During schoolies week on the Mornington Peninsular, a School s chaplain was beating Inspector Challis and Ellen Destry is on the case to find out who did it and during the investigation, a murder was committed Readers of Blood Moon will continue to follow Inspector Challis and Sergeant Ellen Destry investigation into the killing and the assault on the chaplain.Blood Moon is the four book I have read in this series, and I am becoming addictive to them I like the way Garry Disher portrays his characters and intertwines them throughout the book Reading Blood Moon, I started to see the Mornington Peninsular through the eyes of the characters Garry Disher excellently describes the problems of schoolies week to the community and law enforcement Readers of Blood Moon will learn the importance of ensuring friends or relatives you believe are suffering fro...


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    Several years ago, on a trip to Australia, I read some local authors I couldn t get absorbed by Tom Winton, but Garry Disher turned out to be a really good storyteller His books tended to be expensive in the U.S., but now they are on kindle.Blood Moon starts out slowly, with many different characters going through their daily l...


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    The Hal Challis series gets bigger and better with each outing I love the character development and the personality flaws in the good guys, who are far from the stereotypical perfect crusaders against crime A well wri...


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    The Hal Challis series is really growing into something particularly interesting, as well as entertaining There s a distinct edge to this story, there are obviously some issues which the author wants to talk about, and he s cleverly worked a number of elements of social observation and commentary into what is, overall, a good solid police procedural.Hal and Ellen s romantic interest at the end of the last book has developed into a live in relationship Which has a number of complications not The Hal Challis series is really growing into something particularly interesting, as well as entertaining There s a distinct edge to this story, there are obviously some issues which the author wants to talk about, and he s cleverly worked a number of elements of social observation and commentary into what is, overall, a good solid police procedural.Hal and Ellen s romantic interest at the end of the last book has developed into a live in relationship Which has a number of complications not just that they work together and that Hal is Ellen s boss Ellen s divorce is only just completed, and as attracted as she...


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    Another enjoyable entry in this Australian series I m using it for my 2015 book challenge for the read a book set in a place you want to visit category in which DI Hal Challis has his personal life complicated by setting up house with his Sergeant, Ellen Destry Trying to keep this under wraps in a working situation as insular as a small CIU office isthan challengi...


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    He s become one of my favorite mystery writers He writes police procedurals set in Australia, usually Victoria, and the character development over time is rich and complicated.


  8. says:

    BLOOD MOON 2009 Garry DisherThe reviews were favorable, but I just could not get into it.


  9. says:

    Loving this crime series set on the Morninton Peninsula Blood Moon is number 5 in the series and didn t disappoint with the usual ascerbic insights into the local area close to where I live Looking forward to starting the next one in the series.


  10. says:

    It didn t seem to have many cheap tricks but the story was just bland I read this because it was said to be a cut above the usual police procedural, but I don t see it at all It s probablyinteresting if you live in the area.


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Blood Moon (Inspector Challis, #5) Challis And His Team Investigate The Brutal Beating Of The Chaplain Of A Prestigious School And The Murder Of The Woman In Charge Of Punishing Local Land Use Violations But Will Hal Challis And Ellen Destry S New Romantic Relationship Interfere With Their Work