With a violent and abusive past, Flint Klemens lives on the fringes of society and within a sliver of his sanity. He’s compromised by a corrupt Attorney General, drug pushers and businessmen who try their best to sideline him for speaking out. By chance he meets Gwennie, and they move interstate to start anew, only to find themselves caught in a web of corruption and vice. Gwennie disappears and Flint’s left to deal with his psychotic mind. He is taunted by his enemies who, he discovers, are more closely linked than ever before.
Artwork and illustrations by Paul Summerfield.
Foreword by Ernest Hunter
|Publisher:||TJ Clark's Novels|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.64(d)|
About the Author
Ernest Hunter has worked for three decades in remote Indigenous communities of northern Australia and is the author of Aboriginal Health and History: Power and Prejudice in Remote Australia. He is based in Cairns and is Adjunct Professor at James Cook University.
Digital artist working with print media
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved this book ! It's refreshingly different to most mainstream crime/thriller fiction as it steers well clear of stereotypes and predictable commercial formula most crime novels follow. It had plenty of action and genuine characters, and it takes a good hard look at real life for those on the edge of modern Australian society. A unique combination of a very real look at a man's daily personal struggle for self-improvement whilst facing mental illness and enemies that chase hard, making for an exciting read.