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A writer of graphic novels is taken over by his fictional creation, tough guy 'Sainte-Claire' and undergoes a terrifying metamorphosis. Set in the Sydney underworld, against a backdrop of crime wars between rival mobsters, King's Cross hard man Tim Brierley is pitted against Cabramatta's Vietnamese identity Mr. Chin.
Paperback, 308 pages
Published January 27th 2012 by Marburg Pressshing LLC
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Feb 27, 2012 Karen rated it liked it
Shelves: crime, australian
There are a stack of books lurking in a corner in my lounge room that are from little / basically unknown Australian authors and I've been promising to catch up on my reading of them to myself for ages now. GRAPHIC was my most recent read from that pile and I'm really pleased I finally got around to it. Straight from the back cover of the book:

"A writer of graphic novels, in an attempt to rescue a kidnapped father of two children, is taken over by his own fictional creation, tough guy P.I. "Sain
Apr 21, 2009 Bluespinach rated it it was amazing
What a fantastic author - can't get enough of his books. You really must indulge yourself and read at least one of his titles.......and then you will want to read them all!!
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Law graduate Trinity College Dublin. Turned pro actor in 1971 playing Hamlet in Dublin. Nominated for Best Newcomer by London Theatre Critics for his performance in 'Children of the Wolf.' Starred in four Hammer films, played Dorian Gray in Hollywood. Veteran now of 36 international feature films and countless TV around the world. Six books published - five in Australia, latest in America and Germ ...more
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