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Hiding to Nothing - Andy Muir

Hiding to Nothing

By: Andy Muir

Paperback Published: 26th February 2019
ISBN: 9781925475692
Number Of Pages: 304

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Lay low, stay out of trouble and don't get pulled over. It was probably the best advice I'd ever had. How long until I ignored it?

All Lachie Munro wants is a quiet life in sunny Newcastle. But Lachie and quiet don't seem to get along.

When his estranged dad, Terry, turns up fresh out of prison, he's packing more than the usual family baggage. Suddenly there are two murderous goons on Lachie's doorstep and the police are paying him special attention. But Terry's on the hunt for a long-lost fortune, and he won't be leaving Newcastle - or Lachie - without it. Which is bad news for Lachie who suspects the more time he spends with his dad, the more trouble it causes. And it'll be Lachie Munro who cops a hiding to nothing.

Hiding to Nothing is the next caper from the master of beachside noir, Andy Muir, a wild ride driven by brilliant characters and fast-paced dialogue. The underworld has never been so much fun.

About the Author

Andy Muir is a television screenwriter with credits ranging from Neighbours and Home and Away to comedy series Thank God You’re Here.

As a member of the writing team for the hit franchise Underbelly, crime stole his heart.

Nominated for an Australian Writers Guild Award for Underbelly Squizzy, he also adapted that TV series for the novelisation Underbelly Squizzy: The Story of Australia’s First Celebrity Gangster.

Originally from Melbourne, he lives in Sydney. Something for Nothing is his first novel.

ISBN: 9781925475692
ISBN-10: 1925475697
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 26th February 2019
Publisher: Affirm Press
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.2 x 15.7  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.39
Edition Number: 1

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