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by Peter Corris

Browning Battles On (Blacklist) download ebook
ISBN:
0207176132
ISBN13:
978-0207176135
Author:
Peter Corris
Publisher:
Angus and Robertson (February 10, 2015)
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224 pages
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1569 kb
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4.3

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Browning Battles On. Peter Corris. For almost four decades Peter Corris was known as 'the godfather of Australian crime fiction', and Cliff Hardy has been Australia's favourite private investigator since he solved his first case in 1980. This selection of stories starts with Cliff's early days driving round Glebe in his battered Falcon, drinking at the Toxteth Hotel and taking on cases that more often than not leave him as battered as his car.

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Browning in Buckskin. That Empty Feeling: Cliff Hardy 41. Silent Kill: Cliff Hardy 39. His friendship with the hell-raising actor, Peter Finch, offers him some prospect of escape from his problems, but his enemies in Military Intelligence and among the blackmarket racketeers of the big smoke don’t see why he should survive World War II. Coming home wasn’t meant to be like thi. .

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This is the sequel to "Browning Battles On", in which Browning encounters passion and death among Tamil guerrillas in old Ceylon. The author also wrote "Beverly Hills Browning", "Browning in Buckskins", "Browning Takes Off" and "Browning PI". show more. Format Paperback 256 pages.

‘One of the bayonets came to rest just below my Adam’s apple. I looked down at the shiny steel and then slowly looked along the length of the rifle barrel up into the face of my executioner. He wore thick glasses with metal rims and he had gold fillings in his teeth. I could see the teeth because he was smiling.’ All Richard Browning expects is to go through the motions of making a propaganda film, wear an officer’s uniform, stay in a few fancy hotels and enjoy the fleshpots of war-time Sydney. Instead, he is forced to slog through the Queensland jungle, dodge bullets and bombs and endure the discomforts of a military prison. As Browning ducks and weaves in and out of trouble, his companions in strife are ‘Harry’ Kaminaga, Hawaiian-born Japanese soldier, and Ushi Tanvier, Darlinghurst prostitute. His friendship with the hell-raising actor, Peter Finch, offers him some prospect of escape from his problems, but his enemies in Military Intelligence and among the blackmarket racketeers of the big smoke don’t see why he should survive World War II. Coming home wasn’t meant to be like this…