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Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Peter Corris’s Cliff Hardy Was a Genuine Australian International Crime Fiction Hero
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'By the 1970s Australian crime fiction was drifting.

'The genre had a long history, back to convict days, when it dealt with unfair convictions and brutal treatments, most famously in Marcus Clarke’s For The Term Of His Natural Life (1870-2).' (Introduction)

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