A stylish and brilliantly paced thriller from a great Australian writer.
Roland Perry is one of Australia's best-known authors. Born in 1946, he began his writing career at The Age newspaper in Melbourne, starting in 1969. After five years spent in the United Kingdom making documentary films, he published his first novel, Program for a Puppet, which was an international bestseller, in 1979. He has since written over twenty-five more books, many of which have gone on to become non-fiction bestsellers, including The Don, the definitive biography of Donald Bradman, Miller's Luck, The Changi Brownlow, The Australian Light Horse and Monash: The Outsider Who Won a War.
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