Review: The Way It is Now by Garry Disher

This is another assured and modest crime novel by Australian grandmaster Garry Disher, whose books are so enjoyable precisely because they lack even the slightest glimmer or pretension. In a genre that increasingly demands a killer hook boiled down to a single sentence, Disher's focus is on character, and scalpel-sharp dissections of his selected themes.  The … Continue reading Review: The Way It is Now by Garry Disher

Review: The Heat by Garry Disher

The enigmatic, dangerous Wyatt returns in Garry Disher’s mile-a-minute crime novel The Heat. Wyatt’s particular set of skills are becoming increasingly archaic. Gone are the days of bank heists and jewellery store robberies; advanced security measures are making it harder, and the goons are getting dumber, strung out on drugs or cocky idiots who hold … Continue reading Review: The Heat by Garry Disher