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Marshall Browne Marshall Browne i(A27496 works by) (a.k.a. Marshall Leigh Browne)
Born: Established: 27 Nov 1935 Melbourne, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 14 Feb 2014 Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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For thirty-seven years, Browne was a banker, in Australia, Hong Kong, England and Bhutan. He also served as a commando in the Australian forces, and as a paratrooper in the British forces. Several of his books have been published in the US. The Eye of the Abyss was a Gumshoe Award Finalist, a Publishers Weekly Best Book, and one of the Australian newspaper's Books of the Year. Browne's Inspector Anders series is also published in the US.

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Most Referenced Works

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon Rendezvous at Kamakura Inn Milsons Point : Random House Australia , 2006 Z1230172 2006 single work novel crime detective thriller
2006 shortlisted Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Writing Best Novel
Point of Departure, Point of Return 1999 single work short story
— Appears in: Meanjin , vol. 58 no. 3 1999; (p. 14-21) Secret Lives : Thirty-four Modern Australian Short Stories 2003; (p. 116-125)
1999 joint winner Glen Eira Literary Awards 'My Brother Jack' Short Story Award
y separately published work icon The Wooden Leg of Inspector Anders Potts Point : Duffy and Snellgrove , 1999 Z343464 1999 single work novel crime thriller Inspector Anders of the Rome Police force became a national hero when he closed down an anarchist group ten years ago. But in the action he lost a leg - and his nerve. Since then he has made his moral compromises with the corruption of the Italian state. Now he has been given one last job before early retirement: to close an inquiry into the murder of a respected judge in southern Italy. Once there he finds himself drawn into a shadowy world of corruption and power, and becomes increasingly involved with both the case and the judge's widow. Anders must maneuver through layers of corruption as he struggles to close the murder case. Then the judge's widow offers him the chance to redeem his life with one last explosive act of courage. (Source: Trove)
2002 shortlisted International Awards 'The Los Angeles Times' Book Prize
2000 winner Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Writing Best First Novel
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