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3 36 y separately published work icon The Tall Man : Death and Life on Palm Island Chloe Hooper , ( trans. Agnieszka Nowakowska with title Wysoki : Śmierć Camerona Doomadgee ) Wołowiec : Wydawn Czarne , 2010 Z1483259 2008 single work prose (taught in 11 units) In November 2004, in the small township of Palm Island in the far north of Queensland, Detective Hurley arrested Cameron Doomadgee for swearing at him. Doomadgee was drunk. A few hours later he died in a watch-house cell. According to the inquest, his liver was so badly damaged it was almost severed. (Source: Trove)