The Pilbara Affair

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The Pilbara in the searing heat of Western Australia is not a place for the faint hearted. Billions of dollars are made from mining iron ore for sale. Who would care if two Aboriginal men are murdered so that someone can get their hands on a mine owned by a beautiful widow? Ex Police Detective Ben Hood ends up in the middle of a brutal family war which plunges him into The Pilbara Affair. More

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Words: 55,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311130976
About Drew Lindsay

Drew Lindsay is a dynamic Australian Novelist and Writer. He has travelled extensively throughout Australia and the world. His background includes working as a Policeman and detective, then managing his own private investigation business as well as working in Fraud Investigation Management positions within the insurance industry.

Drew is a PADI Divemaster and holds a private pilot's license. He has a great love of entertaining others with his vivid imagination. His novels allow the reader to escape into worlds of romance, excitement, humour and fast paced adventure. Drew lives in Sydney with his wife.

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Reviews

Review by: neville dunn on March 07, 2016 :
The Ben Hood series by Drew Lindsay just gets better with each episode This one was touch n go for the indomitable hero and was an edge of the seat read with a surprise helper tipping the balance for the good guys and saving the day.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: GASgirl on Sep. 17, 2014 :
The Pilbara Affair is an exciting tale that takes you to the very heart of outback Australia. It offers twists and turns that hold your full attention and of course the charasmatic Ben Hood who handles the baddies in his normal unorthodox manner. If you want fantastic fiction, then I suggest you read the entire Ben Hood series by Drew Lindsay, they are well worth reading.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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