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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Through a Camel's Eye Review : Skulduggery and Camel Stealing in Seaside Victoria
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'This police procedural is the only novel about a stolen camel that I have ever read. But the camel plot is intertwined with a darker mystery: the story of a woman whose battered body is washed loose in heavy rains from its shallow riverbank grave. The characters of the two police officers working as a team are convincing enough and the plot more or less works, but the writing is curiously flat, and many of the minor characters are stereotypes. ...'

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