Death in the Australian Outback #2020

Death in the Australian Outback By Anthony E. Thorogood Death in the Australian Outback Alternate cover edition for ASIN B B C DDA In Alice Springs the heart of Australia Constable Elizabeth West of the Territory Police is being interviewed for a promotion and it is an interview like yo
  • Title: Death in the Australian Outback
  • Author: Anthony E. Thorogood
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  • Page: 495
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Death in the Australian Outback By Anthony E. Thorogood Alternate cover edition for ASIN B00B7C9DDA In Alice Springs the heart of Australia Constable Elizabeth West of the Territory Police is being interviewed for a promotion and it is an interview like you have never experienced There is a drive by shooting A double suicide A shot is fired as a boy tries to protect his mother West is shot at by a gang of bikies A woman goAlternate cover edition for ASIN B00B7C9DDA In Alice Springs the heart of Australia Constable Elizabeth West of the Territory Police is being interviewed for a promotion and it is an interview like you have never experienced There is a drive by shooting A double suicide A shot is fired as a boy tries to protect his mother West is shot at by a gang of bikies A woman goes missing and West is abducted by a ruthless killer Where is detective Bigfoot Will he arrive in time
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    1. Anthony E. Thorogood

      I was born in London England in 1953 that makes me a baby boomer I think On emerging into the big wide world I enjoyed life thoroughly, my two sisters and I played on the Woolwich Ferry, forever crossing backwards and forwards over the Thames and then, when we got bored with that, we had races in the foot tunnel under the Thames It s amazing what can keep a small boy happy.Dad ran a market stall in Woolwich s Beresford Square selling anything and everything He was a natural Cockney salesman with all the patter that goes with it but when he was told to give it up or die from the cold, we packed up shop and migrated to Australia Australia was great fun for a small boy from London, with snakes and kangaroos in the paddocks, unlimited sunshine and other boys who talked about nothing but sex I went to school like most people do but I was dyslexic and did not do well at all Then one day, when I was about 15, I taught myself to read and after that I read books, lots of books I won a scholarship to the University of Adelaide and while I was at University I started writing and staging plays I found I could write funny lines that made people laugh and I could write good dialogue.In the late seventies and early eighties, I worked at anything and everything, I got lots and lots of jobs all at once I worked as an all night waiter, painter, junk mail distributor, gardener, labourer, pamphlet disseminator, builder s labourer and theatre technician to name a few I gathered together a bundle of money and went walk about to North Africa, the Middle East, the Mediterranean, Russia, China, India, Thailand, Scandinavia, Scotland, France, Germany, Italy and the heady heights of the northern English industrial town of Leeds While on my travels I worked I worked picking grapefruit in Israel, oranges in Greece, olives up a mountain in Crete, I was a head barman in a pub in Yorkshire, I worked in a youth hostel in the south of England, I worked all night in a soft drinks factory, I was a storeman for the department store Marks and Spencer, I was a waiter, a kitchen hand, a guinea pig in a medical experiment and was even in a Bollywood movie in India.It wasn t all fun and frolics though, I came close to death s door three times in England I was catapulted off my touring bike by a truck in London, a caravan outside Salisbury and a Mini Minor in Stockport During this time I also wrote my first books A Foxtrot Through India I met a girl named Sue from Yorkshire, Sue poor lass, now edits my books I brought Sue back to Australia and we bought a hundred acres in the country and spent a year building our own home from mud bricks, then we planted apple trees and started to make cider and made the best cider in the world until 2015 when we sold the farm and moved to Tasmania In my youth I always enjoyed my old Dad s tales of his adventures in the navy in WWII and of his childhood hop picking in Kent and I think I got my love of storytelling from my Dad I wrote a book on cider in 2008, after being awarded a Churchill Fellowship to travel around the world and drink and research cider, my book Cider Drink It, Make It, Cook with It was published later in 2008 and sold out I followed the success of my cider book by writing a series of comic whodunits entitled Death in the Australian Outback, published 2013, and followed them with the romantic action adventure novels, Shakespeare on the Roof and In Bed with Jane Austen, Picnic with Picasso and Miss Marple Struts her Stuff which came out this year.So happy reading, I hope you enjoy reading my books as much as I enjoy writing them.Cheers Anthony E ThorogoodFind me on Facebook facebook anthonyeoBlog aetbooks

    560 thoughts on “Death in the Australian Outback”

    1. I won this quaint little novel as part of a giveaway I read it on my way to and from a dental appointment today I love the names of all the characters and the different police departmental names I giggled away whilst reading and found it a pleasant change from the crime, true crime and thriller books that I would normally read I would highly recommend this book to other readers who have a wonderfully warped sense of humour like myself.



    2. I received a copy of Death in the Australian Outback through First Reads almost two years ago Firstly I must apologise for late reviewI decided to read it early this morning after finishing Steven King s Carrie and in all honesty I just needed laugh Death in the Australian Outback is a refreshing change to the typical murder mystery It was funny, witty and a treasure to read.


    3. One of Anthony Thorogood s earlier books, you can see his writing needs a bit of touching up, not as slick as the Jack Hamma books but still a very good read.The TURDS are an elite unit in the Australian police force You have Bigfoot, larger than life, drinks, eats and jokes all the time Then you have Littlefoot, smaller than life, artistic, eloquent, wine taster and a feisty little thing And then you have their new recruit Elizabeth West, she is a girl, vegan and mineral water drinker and doesn [...]





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