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Heroin Annie : Cliff Hardy : Book 5 - Peter Corris

Heroin Annie

Cliff Hardy : Book 5

Paperback Published: 1st March 1984
ISBN: 9780868613994
Number Of Pages: 272

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A collection of gripping short stories in the Cliff Hardy series from highly successful Australian crime fiction writer, Peter Corris.

Cliff Hardy is in action again: trying to keep one step ahead of his client's troubles - and his own.
He goes from sleazy backstreets to boardrooms in skyscrapers - dealing with everyone from fashion models and teenage junkies to urban developers and crooked funeral directors. Some are friendly, some try to kill him...
Hardy copes, with his guts and his savvy; and all for a hundred and twenty-five dollars a day (plus expenses).

About the Author

PETER CORRIS was born in Victoria, but is now an enthusiastic resident of Sydney, which has provided the locale for his other Cliff Hardy stories. He was originally a historian, but would now classify himself as a journalist and thriller writer.

Marriages are made in heaven

Heroin Annie

The luck of Clem Carter


Stockyards at Jerilderie

Blood is thicker

Mother's boy

Man's best friend

Escort to an easy death

California dreamland

ISBN: 9780868613994
ISBN-10: 0868613991
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st March 1984
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 18.1 x 11.4  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.21
Edition Number: 1

Peter Corris

About the Author

Peter Corris was born in Stawell, Victoria in 1942. When he was five his family left the country for Melbourne and he was educated at Melbourne High School and the University of Melbourne. After taking a Master's degree at Monash University and a PhD at the Australian National University (both in History), he was an academic, teaching and researching in various universities and a College of Advanced Education until 1975 when he gave up academia for journalism. He was literary editor of The National Times, 1980-81. He married writer Jean Bedford and they have three daughters. He lived in Sydney until his death in August 2018. Corris was posthumously awarded the inaugural Danger Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018.

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