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By Gordon Reid - ISBN: 9781923101296

RRP: $34.95

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Gordon was born in Swan Hill Victoria but his childhood town was Balranald on the Murrumbidgee river. He moved to Sydney in his early teenage years. He studied and worked as a journalist and he had a flair for words and a love of great books as he explored life and experiences to share with readers. His first novel, Against the Grain, was published with positive support in 1967 and his passion for his writing only grew from there... Gordon is now a retired historian writing fiction.


By Gordon Reid - ISBN: 9781923101296

RRP: $34.95

The murders continue to haunt Anastacia “Chook” Babchuk, a cop out for revenge...

She’ll stop at nothing to even the score, even if it means becoming a murderer herself. After Anastacia hunts down the old man responsible for the deaths of Evelyn and Polly, she seeks refuge with her friend, Harry Becker, on his farm near Wagga Wagga.

But Harry is wrestling with his own ghosts, including helping Angelina Cosco deal with the fallout from the death of her mafia boss father.

When Chook’s past tracks her down, and Angelina Cosco once again finds herself on the wrong side of the Griffith mafia, Harry and Chook must work together to overcome the dangers that pursue them both.

Corruption and danger insist on intruding on their professional and personal lives as Harry and Chook find themselves pulled deeper into the corruption of Griffith’s mafia.

Is there ever a way out?

This third instalment of the Harry Becker series offers the danger and emotional heart readers have come to expect from Gordon Reid’s thrilling investigative novel series.

“The Becker series is perfect crime thriller material to enthral and engage lovers of Australian rural crime fiction… great work!” Dennis, Readalot reviewer


2024 NKA Antastacia

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