Out of Exile: A Tom Bishop Rampage

Out of Exile: A Tom Bishop Rampage

Sometimes a little violence is a good thing You can't go on the kind of spree ex-cop Tom Bishop did and not face consequences. After three years of rotting in a cell, Bishop is busted out of prison in the dead of night and thrown into the middle of a police war where the stakes are high and personal. Now, the very man who put him away calls on his help. But what starts out as a simple rescue mission escalates into an adrenaline-fuelled, action packed thrill-ride as Bishop plunges into a web of conspiracy that threatens to destroy his soul, but may provide the truth about his past. Out of Exile is the anticipated follow up to the award-nominated Dark City Blue. "Gutsy characters and a high stakes plot. This hard-assed crime thriller had me from the first page." – Greg Barron, author of Rotten Gods and Savage Tide "Genuine, nail-shredding excitement." – Reading Kills NOMINATED FOR BEST EBOOK ORIGINAL NOVEL – 2014 ITW THRILLER AWARDS

Dark City Blue: A Tom Bishop Rampage

Dark City Blue: A Tom Bishop Rampage

If there's one thing worse than a crooked cop on your heels then it's a whole unit of them. A fistful of people are murdered, fifteen million dollars is stolen and detective Tom Bishop is stuck in the middle. When he hits the street, every clue points in the same direction – his colleagues in a police department demoralised by cutbacks and scandals. Hunted, alone and with no place left to turn, Bishop embarks on a hellish journey down into the gutters where right and wrong quickly become twisted and problems are solved with gunfire and bloodshed. Over the next two days, Tom Bishop will be cornered. He will be beaten. He will bust into prison. He will shoot at police. He will team up with violent criminals. He will become one of them. He will break every rule in the book, chasing a lead nobody else will go near down a rabbit hole of corruption, murder and buried secrets. Will Bishop become the very monster he set out to destroy? LONGLISTED FOR BEST FIRST FICTION, 2013 NED KELLY AWARDS "Dark City Blue is a freight train of a thriller crashing through some madhouse city night while a bomb's ticking down to zero. It's the cage fighting equivalent of a police procedural: violent, gaudy, and packing heat." – Trent Jamieson, author of the Death Works trilogy " ... noir on No-Doz ... " – Fair Dinkum Crime

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Chronicle of the Year 1989

Chronicle of the Year 1989

Describes important events in politics, industry, art, music, literature, religion, and sports throughout 1989

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