Adios Bondi Noir is an urban crime fiction novel with sand between its toes, liberal doses of humour and plenty of heart, the story woven in and around Australia’s most famous beach. Kris Lowry, surgeon and committed surfer is about to head off to Sumatra for a well earned surfing holiday when his best friend Jake appears on his doorstep. The last time that happened it went badly for Kris and after a couple of years he’s still paying for it. Within forty eight hours Kris’ life has turned upside down, he has half a million in used bills sitting like a time-bomb in his hospital locker, people around him are being kidnapped and criminal kingpin Alan Green will stop at nothing to get his blood. Then things really start going bad. This genre bending novel is an irresistible mix of humour, crime, surf, sex, caffeine, hit men, cops, motor scooters and murder. It’s fast, funny and smart, and it steams home with all the energy and pace of a perfect Bondi right hander. "Adios Bondi Noir establishes David Moor as a significant writer on our landscape. Snappy, stylish, warm-hearted, this is a first novel not to be missed." Elizabeth Farrelly: Author, Opinion Columnist, Sydney Morning Herald.