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christopher kremmer
The war is over and Australians are
looking towards a better future. Smart
young scientist Jean Campbell is hired
to eliminate drug use in sport, easier
said than done in the corrupt world of
the track. Her crusading boss Howard
Carter hails from the big end of town.
He's keen, in more ways than one. But
it's Frank Littell, a poor young rider
from a broken home, whose moral
choice changes all their lives.  
'Operatic spectacle
of life at the track'
- The Sydney Morning Herald

'An intriguing debut
bursts out of the gate'
                --The Age

'One of the less usual
and more impressive
fiction debuts of the
past few years.'
                        - The Australian

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