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Someone's trying to cancel Cliff Hardy's licence, and he needs to find out why. He also needs to find out why the case of missing schoolteacher Brian Madden keeps leading him back over 50 years to the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Finding the answers takes all his contacts - police, underworld, and press - and keeps Hardy moving across Sydney, asking questions, probing the past ... and finding the bodies.

©1991 Peter Corris (P)1999 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Tracey
  • 25-02-2015

wet graves

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

yes it is well read and has a good plot to the storyline peter hosking is a very good narrator he bring a character to life

What was one of the most memorable moments of Wet Graves?

the dive under sydney harbour

Which scene was your favorite?

the meeting at the old lady,s house with hardy

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

something in the water

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  • Anniebligh
  • 16-05-2014

more Cliff Hardy read by Peter Hosking please


Dino Marnika just does not provide the ambiance that is given by Peter Hosking.

Love the Cliff Hardy stories read by Hosking more than me reading the hard copy. His performance makes the stories great.

Peter Corris has won the Australian Ned Kelly Award for his crime writing.
Set in a Sydney and streets I have known I have enjoyed all I have heard and I would love to hear more. with Hosking telling it.

Lots of Australian idiom and references that place each story in an historical time.

More please.