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Issue Details: First known date: 1995 1995
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    y Moonlight Becomes You : A Crimes for Summer Anthology Jean Bedford (editor), St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1995 Z255481 1995 anthology short story poetry crime horror 'Strange and terrible things can happen in the light of the moon - crimes of passion, crimes of the heart, crimes of madness and lust. The glamour of moonlight can cast its glow - transforming the mundane, tricking the eye of the beholder, leading commonsense astray. In this collection, Australia's foremost crime writers take the moon as their inspiration...Comic, moving, suspenseful and downright chilling, there are moonscapes enough here to bring the werewolves howling and the vampires screeching.' (Source: back cover) St Leonards : Allen and Unwin , 1995 pg. 19-25
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    y Forget Me If You Can : Cliff Hardy Stories Peter Corris , Moorebank : Bantam Books , 1997 Z60284 1997 selected work short story crime detective

    'Even when he's not involved in a major case, PI Cliff Hardy's life is far from routine.

    In these stories a whistleblower is himself betrayed, a son turns against his father, brothers feud, men are harassed by women, and things are never quite what they seem... Whether on the familiar streets of Sydney or out of town, Hardy's cases don't always have tidy endings - and sometimes he has to take the law into his own hands.' (Publication summary)

    Moorebank : Bantam Books , 1997
    pg. 211-221
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