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Flank Street (The Sydney Quartet Book 1) (English Edition) de [Sendall, A.J.]
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Número de páginas: 279 páginas Word Wise: Activado Tipografía mejorada: Activado
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Awarded the AIA Seal of Excellence for Outstanding Fiction, and the prestigious B.R.A.G. Medallion, Flank street is an unforgettable novel from “One of the most distinct and exciting new voices in crime writing.”

A woman with a lust for money and danger…
A man with a hunger for risk and adrenaline…
Can they con the Sydney underworld and get away with murder?
Or will they both end up dumped in a dark alley?
No one can be believed. No one can be trusted.

Welcome to King’s Cross…


When Micky DeWitt sails into Sydney, Australia, his only assets are a run down yacht, his wits, and the skills he’s picked up as a dedicated career criminal.
Shiftless, cynical and dishonest, even with himself, Micky takes a job as a barman in Sydney's seedy red light district of Kings Cross. He’s a chameleon, seeing himself as both master criminal and chilled-out world sailor. He wants a life on Easy Street, is driven by the desire to ‘get away with it,’ and addicted to the adrenaline rush that comes with that life.


Carol Todd is turned on by money and risk-taking. For Carol, there’s no such thing as “enough”. Being an escort to a few wealthy clients is just a means to an end. A couple of underworld connections help, too. But what she needs for her latest con is a fall guy—someone she can use and lose once she’s done with him. And Micky DeWitt looks like the perfect man to fall into her sultry, seductive honey trap.


Playing to Micky’s twisted sense of chivalry, Carol leads him into a hedonistic free-fall. As Micky’s life spins out of control it doesn’t take long to graduate from burglary to arson, then accessory to murder. And no matter which way he moves, someone’s going to get hurt… or die.


"Suspenseful, pithy, unpredictable, and laced with black humour, Flank Street perfectly captures the mood of Sydney’s criminal underworld."

What readers are saying:
"Bloody bold, and brilliant!"
"The dialogue is short, sharp, and terse, with just the right amount of street talk to make Flank Street a compelling read for fans of hard-boiled crime fiction."
"This book is a page-turner for anyone who likes noir thrillers/mysteries."

Biografía del autor

I've always written, as far back as I can recall anyway. Until 2011, that writing was just for me, or as rambling letters to friends, and travelogues to family. I never thought about why, or if others did similarly, and the thought of publishing never entered my head. Since I left England in 1979, I've travelled widely, collecting experiences, people, and places as I did so. From the blood-soaked streets of Kampala, the polluted dust bowls of the Sahara, or the pristine ice floes of the Antarctic, I've gathered and filed them away. Some have recently squeezed through the bars of insecurity and are now at large in the pages of my first three novels. Others await their future fates. Although I grew up in Norfolk, UK, I never felt truly at home until I lived in Australia, and that is no doubt the reason my first published novels are set there. All of my books this far have some element of fact in them. I guess it's hard for any writer not to include events from their life. Our experiences shape our thoughts and the words and actions of our characters. I sometimes wish I'd become a novelist earlier in life, but then if I had, I wouldn't have the range of characters and events that I do. After spending much of my adult life travelling, I now live in a remote forest house in Germany with two Mexican dogs, an Icelandic horse, six French hens, and a mermaid who I found at a beach on the north coast of Bequia.

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  • Formato: Edición Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 4156 KB
  • Número de páginas: 279
  • Uso simultáneo de dispositivos: Sin límite
  • Editor: Next Chapter Press; Edición: 1 (15 de mayo de 2015)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Mexico Services, Inc.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B00TN37XYG
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Amazon.com: 4.6 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 13 opiniones
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great writer, great crime novel that falls apart towards the end 19 de marzo de 2016
Por T. Sezen - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Edición Kindle Compra verificada
This is a great writer, his language is stark, precise and vivid. I loved the setting having visited Sydney twice and spent months there recently. It is a different time span (1990's) from my visits. So I did not notice any "underworld" in my visits. I loved the story, the characters. What ruined it for me was the final chapters and the epilogue, which did not make any sense and opened so many big holes in the plot so I subtracted one star from my rating. Overall it is a great crime novel that falls apart towards the end and the epilogue that does not make any sense.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas AJ Sendall is hitting his stride! 8 de junio de 2015
Por Mik Hetu, Author - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Edición Kindle Compra verificada
I enjoyed this book! Most importantly, I wanted to find out what happens, and without that, a story is nothing. I liked the “flawed hero”, and also AJ Sendall did a fine job of developing the character Carol, adding layer upon layer of human personality. I could relate to the characters and much milder forms of the events, all of it a subtly dealt exaggeration of common lives. This is a professional quality book. AJ Sendall is hitting his stride!
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A page turning keepyouplate read 21 de agosto de 2015
Por Denise Shell - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Edición Kindle Compra verificada
Well researched fast moving and edgy. The story line kept me wondering and interested. Await the arrival of no.3 with interest. Keep them coming.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Down, Under and Out 22 de julio de 2015
Por AvidReader - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Edición Kindle
This engrossing story of the Sydney underworld is based in Kings Cross in the early nineties, home to prostitutes, gambling, drugs, and violence, run by a crime boss who is determined to hold onto his lucrative patch.

British Micky turns up on his boat in Sydney, looking for criminal opportunities to make money and he heads for The Cross. The book charts his highs and lows; he goes from having hundreds of thousands of dollars and blowing them on gambling, women, and alcohol, to living on the street.

He's a complex character with an indeterminate past, all we know is he's been around a bit, but we learn this isn't his first encounter with crime.

It's very much a crime noir novel, in terms of style, characters and dialogue, and with the protagonist playing the anti-hero for the most part, yet, he appears to have some scruples. The writing is terse, simple, and in the first person. We see the world through Micky's eyes and his alone. And, we come to know the women he meets, or we know them as much as he does. With everyone, there is always a question about who they truly are. The story focuses on how people establish relationships when no one can really trust anyone.

Sendall keeps the mystery and intrigue going throughout the book, with an amazing epilogue.

He also uses the prologue in an interesting way, in that he starts with the ending of the story to introduce how he arrived at his current position in Sydney. I liked the originality with the way he has used traditional novel construction for his own ends. Somewhat like his main character uses everyone, and who is after all, the narrator. Rather than chapter numbers, Sellars uses clever and appropriate titles for each chapter too.

This book is a page-turner for anyone who likes noir thrillers/mysteries/ I received this book free of charge from the author in return for an honest review.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Flank Street is a compelling read for fans of hard-boiled crime fiction 30 de julio de 2015
Por Awesome Indies Reviews - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Pasta blanda
Grifter Micky deWitt sails into Sydney. It’s the 1990s and all we know about him is that he knows how to handle a gun and has had to keep moving. From Hamburg to London, to Boston and Antigua, every time Micky ties up his boat in a new country, he lands himself in a heap of trouble. Is he merely moving on, or is he running away, even Micky doesn’t really know.

So why would Australia be any different? He becomes a ‘burglar, barhop and arsonist’ in King’s Cross, Sydney’s red light district, where tourists, locals, gangsters and sex workers go about their daily business.

Written in the first person, Micky’s observes the dysfunctional world around him with suspicion. And he’s right. You can’t trust anyone who inhabits Sydney’s underbelly, least of all Micky. In Micky, the author has created a most unreliable narrator. And even though this reader didn’t particularly like him, the characterisation is utterly convincing, as is the depiction of King’s Cross at the time (pre-Olympics and before the high earning corporates moved in.)

When Micky needs to escape the grimy inner city, he jumps on board his boat Nina, raising the mainsail, sailing from the relative calm of Pittwater out to the open sea at North Head. Rich in detail, Flank Street is so skillfully written, that it hooked this reader, despite lacking a subplot that might have allowed the writer to vary the pace. We never do find out what was Micky’s back story as the writer withholds this information from us, but that just adds, rather than detracts from the mystery.

Micky’s casual sexism may annoy, but it isn’t out of place in this story or genre, particularly given the setting and the era. And Micky’s characterisation is sufficiently complex for this reader to overcome any negative aspects of the world he inhabits.

The two female characters, worldly-wise Carol and the sweet and vulnerable Meagan, come across as fully realised, three-dimensional characters. When Micky first meets Carol he makes assumptions about her based on the way she presents herself to the world. But as he gets to know her, he (and we) find out that she has depth and intelligence that are not immediately revealed. The dialogue is short, sharp and terse, with just the right amount of street talk to make Flank Street a compelling read for fans of hard-boiled crime fiction. Five stars.
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