The latest gripping story in the popular Wyatt thriller series kicks off in Sydney and then unfolds on the beaches of Newcastle
Some people just work better alone. Wyatt’s one of them. He’s been getting by on nice quiet little burglaries—one-man jobs—when he gets wind of something bigger.
A corporate crook, notorious Ponzi schemer, set to face court and certain jail time. He’s about to skip bail the old-fashioned way: on a luxury yacht with a million dollars in cash.
Wyatt thinks it sounds like something he should get into.
He’s not alone.
‘Kill Shot is yet another brilliant crime novel from one of Australia’s finest: perfectly paced and perfectly judged.’
‘Australia’s favourite crook.’
‘Garry Disher has been giving us highly intelligent literary thrillers for decades and he gets better and better.’
‘Peter Temple and Garry Disher will be identified as the crime writers who redefined Australian crime fiction in terms of its form, content and style.’
‘Garry Disher deserves his reputation as one of Australia’s finest crime writer.’
‘Fans of tough Australian crime fiction will love the latest entry by Garry Disher…a terrific piece of pared down crime writing.’
‘From the ever-accomplished and entertaining Garry Disher, the master thief is on to a good thing.’
‘Kill Shot is both a great read and a touchstone for anyone planning a life of writing crime.’
‘I just love Disher’s writing; it’s as dry and gritty as the red dust of the outback.’
‘The writing is taut, tense, and never dry.’
‘The brilliance of these stories is that, as the plot unfolds, it becomes increasingly obvious that the real villains are lawyers, financiers and bankers…Million dollar yachts, expensive cars and elaborate Ponzi schemes all provide the backdrop for an engaging read.’
‘Disher’s Wyatt series is one of the joys of Australian crime fiction. If you’re a fan of hard-boiled crime, they’re some of the best around.’
‘Beautifully written, with pitch-perfect dialogue delivered by well-drawn characters, Kill Shot is Garry Disher’s best Wyatt novel yet, and that is saying something.‘