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Colleen McCullough

Biography

Colleen McCullough

Colleen McCullough, a native of Australia, established the department of neurophysiology at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney before working as a researcher at Yale Medical School for ten years. She is the bestselling author of numerous novels, including THE THORN BIRDS, and lives with her husband on Norfolk Island in the South Pacific.

Colleen McCullough

Books by Colleen McCullough

by Colleen McCullough - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

In the sleepy college town of Holloman, Connecticut, in 1969, two anonymous male corpses turn up, emaciated and emasculated. After connecting the victims to four other bodies, Sergeant Delia Carstairs and Lieutenant Abe Goldberg realize that Holloman has a psychopathic killer on the loose. Police Captain Carmine Delmonico’s team begins to circle a trio of eccentrics, who share family ties, painful memories, and a dark past.

by Colleen McCullough - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

When Chubb University biochemist Millie Hunter notices that a deadly neurotoxin is missing from her laboratory refrigerator, she immediately goes to her father, Holloman, Connecticut's Chief Medical Examiner. They both know that the situation is grave; the poison shuts down the nervous system and is virtually impossible to stop. Soon, as bodies pile up and the coroner keeps pointing to the neurotoxin, Captain Carmine Delmonico must find the killer fast.

by Colleen McCullough - Fiction, Thriller

In 1968, the leafy Holloman suburb of Carew is being terrorized by a series of vicious and systematic rapes. When finally one victim goes to the police, the rapist escalates to murder. It’s up to Captain Carmine Delmonico to solve this seemingly impossible case.