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  • Published: 12 March 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742756967
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 19

Murder Most Abstract (Storycuts)



I shouldn't be here. In a hospital bed. With a bullet in my thigh.

I shouldn't be here. In a hospital bed. With a bullet in my thigh.

A recently retired NSW copper, on the Gold Coast hunting for his retirement property in which to enjoy his twilight years, finds himself passing an old foe, Boltcutter, from the Kings Cross Underworld, as he walks toward Main Beach. Before he knows it he is embroiled in the hunt for some missing Ian Fairweather paintings and trying to resolve a cold case or two.

  • Published: 12 March 2012
  • ISBN: 9781742756967
  • Imprint: Random House Australia
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 19

About the author

Matthew Condon

Journalist and writer, Matthew Condon was born in Brisbane and has lived in the UK, Germany and France. His first book, The Motorcycle Cafe, was widely reviewed and praised. Usher and The Ancient Guild of Tycoons were both shortlisted for the NBC Banjo Award for Fiction. A Night At The Pink Poodle and The Lulu Magnet won back-to-back Steele Rudd Awards for Short Fiction. His bestseller, The Trout Opera was shortlisted for the Qld Premier’s Prize for Fiction.

Date: 2013-08-06
Matthew Condon was born in Brisbane in 1962 and has lived in the UK, Germany and France. He is the author of several novels and short story collections, including The Motorcycle Cafe, A Night at the Pink Poodle, The Pillow Fight and Lime Bar. He is also the recipient of two Steel Rudd awards for short fiction.

Award-winning writer and journalist Matthew Condon is the author of over ten highly acclaimed books. He has written for leading newspapers and journals including Brisbane's Courier-Mail, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Melbourne's Sunday Age.

His books have been widely reviewed and praised and have won, and been shortlisted for, numerous awards including the Steele Rudd Award for Short Fiction, the NBC Banjo Award for Fiction, and the Qld Premier’s Prize for Fiction.

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