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When Adelaide is rocked by an earthquake, no one is left more shaken than David Burrows.

A recently completed apartment building suffers severe structural damage and collapses, leaving 26 people dead and countless injured. The building should never have collapsed and sparks a furor of condemnation by the press and public alike.

David receives an alarming phone call from Alice Springs where the steel used in the construction was manufactured and the race is on across the country to uncover the truth. As the plot unravels we learn that the failure of the structure is the result of something far more sinister. The truth would scuttle a highly lucrative sale to the Chinese and those involved in the cover-up hire Mick Venter, a ruthless freelance mercenary, to take care of the ‘problem’.

When David unwittingly enlists Mick to help him search for the missing proof, the scene is set for a climatic ending in an abandoned mine deep in the outback. The story brings a healing of fractured relationships and takes us from Adelaide to Hong Kong to Alice Springs, highlighting the lengths people go to in order to covet their vested interests and how morals become clouded by Greed.

Colour of Greed won Gold in the 2012 Independent Publisher Book Awards for best fiction in Australia and New Zealand.

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