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Where Angel Fears To Tread

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Where Angel Fears To Tread is a fast-paced thriller set in Brisbane, in the genre known as Brisbane Noir. Angel is not your average hit man. He has a deep understanding of literature, classical music and fine art. Some people take drugs, go shopping or get super fit. Angel reads books, studies the paintings of old masters, listens to fine music and kills people. After 20 ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 2019 by https://www.h-a-r-p-o.com.au
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Robert Whyte
Nov 30, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Frank Angel has twenty-two crosses tattooed on his upper arm, one for each person he has killed. Between kills, he lives in Brisbane, in a Highgate Hill penthouse, listening to Bach, looking at the paintings on his walls, reading the books in his library. A one-night stand with an art gallery attendant becomes a full-blown catastrophe when he tells her everything about his criminal life except the most important part — he kills people. Where Angel Fears To Tread is the debut novel by Robert ...more
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