Ghost Money

Ghost Money Free Kindle ☆ Andrew Nette
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About the Author: Andrew Nette

Ghost Money Free Kindle ☆ Andrew Nette Andrew Nette is a writer of fiction and non fiction, reviewer and pulp scholar He is the author of two novels, Ghost Money, a crime story set in Cambodia in the mid nineties, and Gunshine State, originally published by 280 Steps and to be republished in early 2018 by Down and Out Books He was one of the founders of Crime Factory Publications, a Melbourne based small press that specialised in crime fiction and co edited two of its publications, Hard Labour, an anthology of Australian short crime fiction, and LEE, an anthology of fiction inspired by American cinema icon, Lee Marvin His short fiction has appeared in a number of print and on line publications, including the upcoming title, The Obama Conspiracy 15 Tales of Conspiracy Noir He is co editor of Girl Gangs, Biker Boys, and Real Cool Cats Pulp Fiction and Youth Culture, 1950 to 1980, forthcoming from PM Press in late 2017.His online home is www.pulpcurry.com You can find him on Twitter at Pulpcurry.


☆ 36D47119C5 Ä Free Kindle ✓ Ghost Money 002CE6B1F5 Max Quinlan is an Australian ex cop turned PI whose latest case is to find missing bu Quinlan is an Australian ex cop turned PI whose latest case is to find missing business Charles Avery The trail leads to Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia Along the way Max will team up with an Australian journalist and his Cambodian translator to track Avery through the underbelly of the city and Free Kindle ✓ Ghost Money beyond
Andrew Nette created an original Ghost Money Free Kindle ☆ Andrew Nette , but bloody, story Enjoyed it The cruise through Southeast Asia made the context interesting.
Andrew Nette is Australia s answer to David Corbett Ghost Money comprises the same deep and richly detailed foreign landscape encrusted in local mannerisms, religion, and occupation as Corbett s BLOOD OF PARADISE The plot centralises around Quinlan, a Melbourne cop turned PI and his search for the elusive Charles Avery Hired by Avery s sister, Quinlan follows a trail of blood through Cambodia in search of his quarry.
Ghost Money is not your run of the mill PI novel Nette provides the reader Andrew Nette is Australia s answer to David Corbett Ghost Money comprises the same deep and richly detailed foreign landscape encrusted in local mannerisms, religion, and occupation as Corbett s BLOOD OF PARADISE The plot centralises around Quinlan, a Melbourne cop turned PI and his search for the elusive Charles Avery Hired by Avery s sister, Quinlan follows a trail of blood through Cambodia in
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Cambodia, 1996, the long running Khmer Rouge insurgency is fragmenting, competing factions of an unstable coalition government scrambling to gain the upper hand Missing in the chaos is businessman Charles Avery Hired to find him is Vietnamese Australian ex cop Max Quinlan.
But Avery has made dangerous enemies and Quinlan is not the only one looking Teaming up with Heng Sarin, a local journalist, Quinlan s search takes him from the freewheeling capital Phnom Penh to the battl Synopsis blurb.
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Cambodia, 1996, the long running Khmer Rouge insurgency is fragmenting, competing factions of an unstable coalition government scrambling to gain the upper hand Missing in the chaos is businessman Charles Avery Hired to find him is Vietnamese Australian ex cop Max Quinlan.
But Avery Drawing on his experience as a journalist in the 1990 s in South East Asia, Nette succeeds in constructing a highly readable thriller against the backdrop of a country, in this instance Cambodia, in its recovery from one of the most heinous periods of world history Into this melting pot, comes Max Quinlan, a half Vietnamese, half Australian besmirched ex cop, on the trail of a missing Australian businessman, Charles Avery, whose sister has comissioned Max to track down her errant brother On hi Drawing on his experience as a journalist in the 1990 s in South East Asia, Nette succeeds in constructing a highly readable thriller against the backdrop of a country, in this instance Cambodia, in its recovery from one of the most heinous periods of world history Into this melting pot, comes Max Quinlan, a half Vietnamese, half Australian besmirched ex cop, on the trail of a missing

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