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The Murray Whelan trilogy (2000)

by Shane Maloney

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A fun and easy read.

Maloney has been characterised as a crime writer, but this bemuses him somewhat because he set out to write a series based on an unlikely hero caught up in the day to day grind of local politics.

Maloney's protagonist, Murray Whelan, is at once accident prone and a survivor. His every day ups and downs are somehow subsumed into bigger picture dilemnas which push his skills to the limits. He is humorous and lovable, devious and indefatigable. ( )
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CRIME & MYSTERY FICTION. AUSTRALIAN. All titles in the Murray Whelan trilogy; tie-in with TV series, starring David Wenham as Murray Whelan.

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