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Great press for Garry Disher’s Bitter Wash Road

‘Disher has drawn both a vivid and visceral picture of a backblocks bush town, its inhabitants ground down by the stresses of isolation, hard work and irregular, relentlessly shrinking incomes.’ The Guardian reviews Garry Disher’s latest standalone novel, Bitter Wash Road.

The Writing Bar talks to Garry about his writing process, the story behind Bitter Wash Road and his tips for writers starting out.

Bitter Wash Road has convinced this reviewer to pick up more rural Australian crime novels: ‘Disher has made this not the heavy and grim read I was dreading, but something that entertained and gripped me in turn.’

Bitter Wash Road is available now in bookshops and online.

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