If you love thrillers, don't miss this action-packed read!
Career criminal Micky DeWitt washes up in Sydney with nothing more than a run down yacht and his wits. He'd no CV, and no skills, other than those earned by any dedicated career criminal.
His twisted inertia draws him to the only place where he can survive; Kings Cross, Sydney's red-light district, where he takes a job as barman. After a while, he's approached by the sultry and seductive Carol. She needs something stolen from a lawyer's safe and sweet-talks Micky into helping her.
Nothing is what it seems as Micky falls into a honey trap that spins his life out of control, backs him into a corner, and no matter which way he jumps, someone's going to get killed. His decision leads him into a hedonistic free-fall that pushes him to the edge of insanity before finally finding a warped redemption.
Some characters from Heather make an appearance, including Mitchell, the enigmatic Ray Peterson, and even Heather herself.
"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."
"Bloody bold, and brilliant"