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When Rowland Sinclair is invited to race on the Maroubra Speedway, also known as the Killer Track, he agrees without reserve. But then a journalist covering the race is found dead; an English blueblood with Black shirt affiliations is killed on the racetrack, and Rowland himself becomes a target.

Add to the mix a strange young reporter preoccupied with black magic, a mysterious vagabond, an up-and-coming actor called Flynn and a ruthless bookmaker... Rowland soon finds danger at every turn.

©2015 Sulari Gentill (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd

Critic Reviews

"An intriguing mystery, a unique sense of humour and a range of historical characters...this is highly recommended." ( Sydney Morning Herald)
"There's an Evelyn-Waugh-meets-Agatha-Christie feel about this series." ( The Age)

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Kidnapped, beaten, crashed, shot, drugged

How much more can Rowly's body and those of his friends take. Meanwhile his poor Mum is enjoying herself! Rowly and friends stay in Australia this time. Some lovely cameos of kids at Tudor House, dtaff of Smith's Weekly and the scribe of Eternity. Impotence against the rising tide of fascism finds the establishment more concerned with communism than Hitler. Once again Gentill paints a complex picture of Sydney between the wars with bands of starving men looking for work, Italian immigrants, motor racing, Bookies, razor gangs, abortionists, corrupt cops, the occult and tea dances setting the scene

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