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form y separately published work icon Mr Inbetween series - publisher   film/TV   crime  
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Mr Inbetween
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Described as a sequel of sorts to The Magician.

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  • Award-winning or individually published episodes are indexed on AustLit.

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form y separately published work icon Unicorns Know Everybody's Name Scott Ryan , Australia : Blue Tongue Films Jungleboys Fox Studios Australia , 2018 15098853 2018 single work film/TV Australia : Blue Tongue Films Jungleboys Fox Studios Australia , 2018
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form y separately published work icon Captain Obvious Scott Ryan , Australia : Blue Tongue Films Jungleboys Fox Studios Australia , 2018 14124577 2018 single work film/TV Australia : Blue Tongue Films Jungleboys Fox Studios Australia , 2018

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Works about this Work

Review : In ‘Mr. Inbetween,’ The Hit Man Feels Your Pain Mike Hale , 2018 single work review
— Appears in: The New York Times , 25 September 2018; (p. 7)

— Review of Mr Inbetween Scott Ryan , 2018 series - publisher film/TV

'“I wouldn’t say I enjoy hitting people,” Ray Shoesmith says, taking his turn at a support group for men with anger issues. “You know, if I hit somebody, I generally got a pretty good reason.”'  (Introduction)

Review : In ‘Mr. Inbetween,’ The Hit Man Feels Your Pain Mike Hale , 2018 single work review
— Appears in: The New York Times , 25 September 2018; (p. 7)

— Review of Mr Inbetween Scott Ryan , 2018 series - publisher film/TV

'“I wouldn’t say I enjoy hitting people,” Ray Shoesmith says, taking his turn at a support group for men with anger issues. “You know, if I hit somebody, I generally got a pretty good reason.”'  (Introduction)

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