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A.B. Patterson book launch

January 16, 2019

I’m proud to say I am friends with a number of former and acting police officers, both in Australia and overseas. Some have gone on to write great crime novels such as Paul Finch. Others choose to advise authors. I know I couldn’t write my detective/PI characters without the input of good friend David Gaylor, retired detective chief superintendent with Sussex CID in the UK, who also works with international bestseller, Peter James.
So I am very proud to be introducing A.B. Patterson at his book launch on Sunday, Harry’s Quest. A.B. Patterson is an award-winning Australian writer who knows first-hand about corruption, power, crime and sex. He was a Detective Sergeant in the WA Police, working in paedophilia and vice, and later he was a Chief Investigator with the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption. In Harry’s Quest, PI Harry Kenmare is back, with a visceral lust for vengeance. If you like your detective novels hard-boiled, you will love this one.
Why not come to the launch on Sunday 20 January 2019 in Glebe, Sydney, at 3pm? Free event and free drinks, but please book via EventBrite here.

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