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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 White Knuckle Ride
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'Hop aboard for a desperate, deadly ride with Alan Carter, Amanda Curtin, Peter Docker, Deborah Robertson, Dave Warner and more.

'This is thrilling, jaw-clenching crime fiction from some of Australia’s finest.' (Publication summary)


* Contents derived from the North Fremantle, Fremantle area, South West Perth, Perth, Western Australia,:Fremantle Press , 2014 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Fishy Business, Alan Carter , single work short story (p. 7-27)
The Road to Katherine, Goldie Goldbloom , single work short story (p. 28-44)
The Transfer of Tracy Green, Deborah Robertson , single work short story (p. 45-58)
Jasper's Creek, Dave Warner , single work short story (p. 59-72)
Nana Was Right, Peter Docker , single work short story (p. 73-91)
He Lost Her Twice, Julienne Van Loon , single work short story (p. 92-101)
Reunion, Adam Morris , single work short story (p. 102-115)
To the Highlands, Jon Doust , single work novel
'It is 1968 and all around the world people are marching, protesting, and fighting for freedom. Jack Muir arrives in Papua New Guinea a failure, a virgin, and a reluctant employee of the Colonial Bank of Australia. Life in the islands is raw, sensuous, and real. Here, the white man takes what he wants, but the veneer of whiteness is flimsy, and brutality never far from the surface. This gripping and disturbing sequel to Boy on a Wire demonstrates that there is a world of difference between freedom and those things you unleash in others—and in yourself.' (Trove record)
(p. 116-134)
The Pit, Martin Chambers , single work short story (p. 135-142)
The Sound of a Room, Amanda Curtin , single work short story (p. 143-151)
Double or Nothing, Ron Elliott , single work novel (p. 152-173)
The Weaver Fish, Robert Edeson , single work short story (p. 174-183)
Aunt Julia Goes Under, K. A. Bedford , single work short story (p. 184-205)

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