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Hinterhalt (Wyatt #3)

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Wyatt muss untertauchen, nachdem der letzte Job völlig in die Hosen ging. Die Polizei fahndet nach ihm, und das Syndikat hat ein Kopfgeld auf ihn angesetzt. Ein zwielichter Typ namens Enter Stolle, der sich darauf spezialisiert hat, Leute zu suchen, die nicht gefunden werden wollen, ist auch hinter Wyatt her, um ihn für einen Klienten in Brisbane aufzuspüren. Es geht um ei ...more
Paperback, 254 pages
Published 2004 by Knaur (first published March 1993)
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It would be heresy to suggest that Garry Disher's "Wyatt" novels are as good as the Donald Westlake "Parker" series that inspired them, wouldn't it? OK, so I won't say that . . . but DAMN these books are good, about as good as hardboiled crime fiction can get. DEATHDEAL, the third in the series, finds Wyatt on the run after the disastrous events of PAYDIRT (while Wyatt is patterned after Parker, he seems to have Dortmunder's luck) when he meets up with some bad characters (old and new) and gets ...more
The last few months hadn't been kind to Wyatt. His safe house where he was Mister "Honest John" was gone and the police were looking for him. His last job had come up short, about a tenth of what was supposed to be there, and someone was looking for him.

The pair of them burst in and, though he prevailed eventually, one escaped with his share of the job.

The one looking for him was a woman who'd crossed him in the past and tried to kill him. He made a mistake in letting her go. Now she's hired a P
So glad a friend has lent me the Wyatt books. Hard boiled mysteries from Australia. If you like Parker, you will like Wyatt.
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Garry Disher was born in 1949 and grew up on his parents' farm in South Australia.

He gained post graduate degrees from Adelaide and Melbourne Universities. In 1978 he was awarded a creative writing fellowship to Stanford University, where he wrote his first short story collection. He travelled widely overseas, before returning to Australia, where he taught creative writing, finally becoming a full
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