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CAN ONE WOMAN END PARTISAN POLITICS?

Australians respect and protect their politicians even when their ranks are divided by political differences. When the unthinkable happens and feisty independent politician Jane Kenwood disappears from a hung parliament’s cross bench before a crucial vote, the ability of the system to bring the perpetrators to justice challenges the partisan democracy. Will justice be done? Jane’s friend Dr Phillip Keane follows a feint trail with a new forensic philosophy, which employs a novel Euler Walk strategy. He is opposed by the political establishment and his findings shake it to its foundations.

‘Presumed Dead’ is a crime fiction thriller by Martin Knox, a page-turning non-partisan read which exposes the fragility of parliamentary democracy under the Westminster system.

Available on Amazon. Reviews are on my blog martinknox.com

Protect democracy by electing independents

Presumed Dead is a novel about a fictional crime when an Australian city council is considering development of a casino resort. The story reveals how Westminster System politicians are inherently corrupt when their party is not seeking the public good. When a non-partisan mayor is elected, she safeguards the city’s fragile democracy.
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Why is it better to vote independent?

Presumed Dead is political crime fiction thriller that explores this question within a Westminster System government. A feisty woman city councillor is able to replace partisan gangs with participative democracy.
Watch this 3-minute book trailer https://youtu.be/wD4dKUA3hKQ
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How bad is party overcontrol?

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Presumed Dead is a political crime fiction novel that reveals how governments within the Westminster system can be inadvertently corrupted by political parties at every level.

See a Youtube video book trailer at this link: 

https://youtu.be/wD4dKUA3hKQ

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