All easy-going butcher Bob Davis wanted after his divorce was to get on with his job, have a few beers with his mates, and be left alone. But this was Sydney in the early Eighties-the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic, street gangs, gay bashings and murders.
When a gang of skinheads bash Davo's old school- friend to death simply because he was gay, and leave Davo almost dead in an intensive care unit, they unleash a crazed killer onto the city streets.
Before the summer had ended, over thirty corpses had turned up in the morgue, leaving two bewildered detectives to find out where they were coming from.
©2014 Robert G. Barrett (P)2014 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
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"Bit slow in the middle"
The middle third of the book was really slow but overall a good read. Not as good or funny as the Les Norton novels so far but worth the credit non the less.
i think this isn,t one of the better books by barrett the undetected muscle builing a little fare fetched
yeah it was unexpected
he,s okay at times monotone
maybe a couple of rising stars from the tv drama shows
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