Sydney, 1992. Nhu “Ned’ Kelly is a detective in what was, until recently, the best police force money could buy (until ICAC threw Roger Rogerson into the spotlight). When two bodies are found in the foundations of an old building in Bankstown, Ned is drawn into the city’s past. As she works to discover who the bodies are – and who dumped them there – she uncovers secrets that not only threaten to expose the rotten core of the police force, but also the mysteries of her own family.
Author P.M. Newton worked for thirteen years in the New South Wales Police so The Old School is as authentic as it gets. A thrilling debut by a promising new crime author. More please!