Calypso Queen

Calypso Queen is another crime-fiction story from this prolific author. Dunstan Hayes is a retired army officer who owns a boat business. while being a compulsive gambler in his spare time. He gets talked into using his boat for drug smuggling. An insurance claim is investigated by Reg Kelso and a dangerous web of corruption and attempted murder is played out in this gripping story. More

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Words: 77,970
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781311944634
About John Meskell

John Meskell joined the Queensland Police Force in the year of 1957 after reaming around the world for many years as merchant seaman. He was gifted with a very adventurous life indeed during his worldly travels, and resided in many foreign countries. On his return to Australia and after serving a compulsory probationary period as a Constable he was sworn into the Queensland Police Force that same year. He retired on the 10 January, 1988 as a Detective Inspector grade two, after serving the State of Queensland for thirty years and six months. He was the Detective Inspector and Crime Coordinator for the South East Region of Queensland, then became the Officer in Charge of the Queensland Gold Coast District Criminal Investigation Branch and Juvenile Aid Bureau. Indeed as it can be imagined, he certainly had an interesting and varied career, travelling extensively within the States of Australia, overseas and of course in Queensland.
He also attended the Queensland Institution of Technology where he obtained Qualifications in Social Psychology, Criminology, Law, Police Administration, English, and Principals of Management. His experience as a Detective in the Queensland Police is reflected in the novels he has written. It gives them a realism that emerges as first class readability. Although his novels are fiction, they are mostly based on real events.

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