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The Big Ask

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The fourth Murray Whelan adventure.

Murray is in serious trouble. With a disastrous election result looming, his days as a political minder seem numbered. But when his boss Angelo Agnelli picks a fight with the trucking industry and Murray finds himself on the receiving end of a fist at a city nightclub, his employment prospects are the least of his problems.

And that's before he finds himself in the back of a truck at the fruit and vegetable market at five in the morning, sampling Heather Maitland's melons. With a runaway son on his hands, the police at his heels and a gun buried in the backyard, Murray faces his toughest test yet.

'Another triumph for Maloney, who is one of our best and most consistently original crime writers. Highly recommended.' Canberra Times


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Publisher: The Text Publishing Company

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781921776366
  • Release date: May 16, 2010

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9781921776366
  • File size: 392 KB
  • Release date: May 16, 2010

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OverDrive Read
EPUB ebook

subjects

Fiction Mystery

Languages

English

The fourth Murray Whelan adventure.

Murray is in serious trouble. With a disastrous election result looming, his days as a political minder seem numbered. But when his boss Angelo Agnelli picks a fight with the trucking industry and Murray finds himself on the receiving end of a fist at a city nightclub, his employment prospects are the least of his problems.

And that's before he finds himself in the back of a truck at the fruit and vegetable market at five in the morning, sampling Heather Maitland's melons. With a runaway son on his hands, the police at his heels and a gun buried in the backyard, Murray faces his toughest test yet.

'Another triumph for Maloney, who is one of our best and most consistently original crime writers. Highly recommended.' Canberra Times


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