The Sydney Quartet by A.J. Sendall
This quartet set in Sydney are all stand-alone, full length novels, and can be read in any order. Each has its own main characters, yet share some common secondary characters and locations. Those of you who have read Flank Street will remember Sonny Thaku, Ray Peterson, and Gary Mitchell. Those guys make an appearance in the other books.
In Flank Street, Micky Dewitt and Carol Todd try to outsmart organised crime boss Johno Brookes, at the same time as trying to outsmart each other. Only time will tell who gets the best of who.
Meet Me at Harry's sees unassuming Nick Miller cajoled into a life of crime by ex Chicago narco detective Stacia Black.
PI Rick Stone is surrounded by murder victims in Cerise Noire. Is he the killer, or the target of a dark hatred?
For Sam and Heather, the Shadow House is the only sanctuary as they carry out a daring subterfuge in a world of vice, death and deceit.
About The Author...
I've often been asked where my ideas come from, how I form a story. It all starts with a picture. With Flank Street, I didn’t set out to write about Micky, or Carol come to that.
The rain was falling steadily, running down the small, below-ground-level window, which is the only source of natural light in the boiler-room where I write. For some reason it reminded me of a rain-soaked street in Sydney, Australia; a street I’ve walked many times, both wet and dry.
As I held that image in the back of my eyelids, a man appeared. Yellow streetlights reflected from the wet tarmac; he walked in the shadow of the plane trees, pulling his hood up against the unrelenting rain. He stopped, leaned against a tree, and waited.
Right at that moment, I knew what I had to do.
I didn’t know Micky, but I’ve known guys like him, and so his character was soon defined; a grifter that could never amount to much without living in the shadows.
I had fun writing Flank Street, and when it was done, I missed spending my days with Micky and Carol. I missed Carol’s feistiness, her sultry take me to bed eyes that could so quickly turn to cunning. And Micky, for all his faults, was a good guy to hang out with. I’d like to sit and have another drink with him one day… one day.
Other Books By A.J. Sendall
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