Melbourne in the last decade of the millennium feels like a hard-boiled fiction or a noir film, with corruption in the air and on the ground. Six short stories and a novella circle the city’s decay, spiral towards a thrilling conclusion and fuse into a new kind of crime fiction.
Two of Garry Disher’s seminal collections of fiction, collected together for the first time. If you love Garry’s literary fiction or crime fiction, his longer or shorter works—this collection has it all, and usually all at once.
A postmodern serial killer thriller. The world’s greatest writers of Multiple Homicide Fiction are gathered for a festival—only to be killed in ways that hauntingly recall their most famous works. Local author Rachel Stern finds herself on the hunt for the shadowy Reader—but will she end up on his list?