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  • Published 20070202
  • ISBN: 9780733316210
  • Extent: 268 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

AMROZI. JUST SAYING his name dissolves the thin laughter lines that usually radiate out from retired teacher Maggi Luke’s eyes like a child’s drawing of sunrays. His name instantly conjures that chilling 3am phone call she and husband Doug Luke received after the Sari Club in Bali was bombed on October 12, 2002.

On the end of a borrowed mobile phone was their distraught youngest daughter, 22-year-old Hanabeth Luke, saying there had been a bomb, she was safe, but she had lost her boyfriend, Marc Gajardo, and was searching every hospital and morgue to find him.

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