The Wind And The Monkey (Les Norton, #14)
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The Wind And The Monkey (Les Norton #14)

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A week's holiday in Shoal Bay courtesy of Price Galese? Sweet.

Help Eddie Salita pop a bent copper named Fishcake Fyshbyrne while you're up there? No worries.

Solve a mystery on Virgin Island with a sweet little girl named Digger? You beauty!

Les Norton, the lovable larrikin from the sunshine state, is back and is heading north, with a little bit of work and a hell of a lot o...more
Paperback, 306 pages
Published November 5th 1999 by HarperCollinsPublishers (first published 1999)
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Peter Greenwell
Les Norton heads up to Shoal Bay to help take out a crooked cop and his equally corrupt buddy. Gets involved with a strange young lady and has some pretty involving adventures. Great stuff.
More Barrett always, he delivers everything he promises...laughs, violence and sex...
I found it was a fun read with some good twists
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You’ve no doubt read a lot of things about me and my books over the years written by other people. Well, this is the truth. I grew up in Bondi in Sydney, Australia. I went to Bondi Beach Public School then on to Randwick Boys High. I left school at 14, did a few odd jobs then a trade as a butcher, mainly in the Eastern suburbs before finally working as a boner in various meatworks around the...more
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