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True West (David Whish-Wilson, Fremantle Press)

Opening on a Western Australian freeway in 1988, True West immediately introduces Lee Southern, a teenager on the run from the militaristic bikie gang in which he grew up. Such narrative briskness is characteristic of David Whish-Wilson, whose fifth crime novel barrels along on lean prose while still rendering a...

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