Crawley Liked The Brisbane Of The 90s The New Buildings, The Feeling That He Could Walk Down Whichever Side Of The Street He Wanted To He Likes The Post Fitzgerald Changes For The Most Part Too New, Leaner Faces In Government And The Police But There Were Worrying Signs Of Yakuza Moving In And Of The Rear Guard Action By The White Shoe Brigade And Who Were The Diggers And How Did A Leading Japanese Businessman End Up Encased In Cement With A Length Of Reinforcing Rod Through His Heart Crawley And Huck Are Drawn Into A Conflist Between The Ruthless Japanese Corporate World And Shadowy Australian Interests.Throats Are Cut And Bodies Are Buried S Crawley And Huck Try To Stay On Top Of THE JAPANESE JOB
Peter Corris was an Australian academic, historian, journalist and a novelist of historical and crime fiction His first novel was published in 1980 Corris is credited with reviving the fully fledged Australian crime novel with local settings and reference points and with a series character firmly rooted in Australian culture, Sydney PI Cliff Hardy As crime fiction writer, he was described as the Godfather of contemporary Australian crime writing.He won the Lifetime Achievement award at the Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Writing in 1999 and was shortlisted for best novel in 2006 for Saving Billy and in 2007 for The Undertow.
- 209 pages
- The Japanese Job
- Peter Corris
- 05 October 2019 Peter Corris