Download Appeal Denied: A Cliff Hardy Novel (Cliff Hardy series) by Peter Corris PDF

By Peter Corris

Stripped of his investigator's license, Cliff Hardy faces an doubtful destiny while whatever own occurs that provokes him into his most sensible function: a confrontational investigator with a flavor for violence and no regard for his misplaced credentials. Taking and working out punishment, regularly in Sydney's specific suburbs, Hardy encounters degenerate law enforcement officials, bereft better halves, and computing device demanding situations. In a shadowy showdown at a sublime Sydney seashore, Hardy demanding situations these in his way, but his destiny is still much more clouded than sooner than. An the world over enjoyed but reluctant hero, Hardy struggles to deal with corruption from loyalty as he attempts to figure out his destiny as an Aussie investigator.

Show description

Read Online or Download Appeal Denied: A Cliff Hardy Novel (Cliff Hardy series) PDF

Similar thriller & suspense books

Sherlock Holmes and the King's Governess

From a manuscript believed to be the paintings of John H. Watson, MD The summer season of 1897 brings viewers flocking to London for Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. With them comes a Russian nobleman, in addition to an English girl from Canada. This woman calls on Holmes and Watson for his or her information in facing strangers who're following her.

Extra info for Appeal Denied: A Cliff Hardy Novel (Cliff Hardy series)

Sample text

I’m told they were wiped clean beyond any point of data recovery. That brought the detectives to a full stop. ’ ‘That’s logical. ’ ‘Sure, but I think there’re holes in the story. Why wouldn’t the killer just take the computer stuff? ’ ‘Which means a witness. 22—that’s a professional job, as you’d know. ’ I could see his point. And Lily’s work station was on the glassed-in balcony attached to her bedroom. She liked to be able to jump out of bed and go straight to the keyboard when an idea struck her.

He might have looked different from his TV persona but his strong, resonant, convincing voice was the same. I had a feeling he’d be worth talking to. In a strange way he reminded me of Lily—smaller, of course. ‘Now’d be good,’ I said. ‘Lately I’ve been talking mostly to myself. What about a drink? ’ He nodded. I picked up his glass and mine and headed for the bar. The crowd had thinned out a bit but not much. You can count on journos to form a good, solid hard core at any boozy bash. They’ve always got plenty to talk about and it takes a long while for the grog to make them boring.

I said that I’d spent time in my Newtown office in the afternoon of the previous day, had then driven home and from there walked to the Toxteth Hotel where I’d had a few drinks and played pool with my regular pool partner, Daphne Rowley. I went home, heated up some leftovers, watched television, read a book and went to bed. Williams was watching me and listening intently. He was confident that the equipment was working. I kept my head up and didn’t fidget. I said, ‘This morning I read the paper, did the crossword, drank coffee and then Constable Farrow called me.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.44 of 5 – based on 11 votes