The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island

The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island

Chloe Hooper


while Cameron Doomadgee, a 36-year-old member of the Aboriginal neighborhood of Palm Island, used to be arrested for swearing at a white police officer, he used to be lifeless inside forty-five mins of being locked up. The police claimed he'd tripped on a step, however the pathologist likened his accidents to these got in a aircraft crash. the most suspect used to be the good-looking, charismatic Senior Sergeant Christopher Hurley, an skilled cop with for his paintings.

In following Hurley's path to a few of the wildest and so much distant elements of Australia, Chloe Hooper explores Aboriginal myths and background and uncovers buried secrets and techniques of white mischief. Atmospheric, gritty and unique, The Tall Man takes readers to the center of a fight for energy, revenge and justice.

Show sample text content

Download sample