Follow the Money

Follow the Money

eBook - 2012
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When the battle-scarred but indefatigable PI loses all his dough to an unscrupulous financial advisor, he has to follow the money trail deep into Sydney's underbelly-the territory of big money and bent deals-to get himself back in the black When beautiful young women kiss you on the cheek you know you're over the hill, but I didn't really feel like that. As Wesley said, I still had the moves. Cliff Hardy may still have the moves but he's in trouble. The economy's tanking and he's been conned by a financial advisor and lost everything he's got. Cliff only knows one way, and that's forward, so he's following the money trail. It's a twisted road that leads him down deep into Sydney's underbelly, into the territory of big money, bent deals, big yachts, and bad people. Cliff's in greater danger than ever before, but he's as tenacious as a dog with a bone.
Publisher: [United States] : Allen & Unwin : Made available through hoopla, 2012
ISBN: 9781742692203
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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michael0687 Jun 29, 2015

This comment isn't about the book, it is about the person that decided to write their comments on the book in pencil in the book. You will probably never read this but if you do or to anyone that also writes comments in books. DON'T! I and many others read to escape numpties like you. We dont want to be disturbed by the idiot that thinks their opinion on the book matters. If we want someone's opinion we will look for reviews. Not a dumba** with a number 2 pencil.

Jul 14, 2013

typical crime drama

Aug 16, 2011

Fair dinkum Aussie battler of a read. Unlikely to be life changing. Follow Cliff Hardy on a tour of the affluent suburbs of Sydney as he single handedly tackles money crime, along with demented Lebanese and Chinese gangsters.

Provides affirmation for baby boomers as Hardy the retired PI, grandfather and open heart surgery survivor somehow out muscles and out thinks the hit men and money men to bring down an international conspiracy which vaguely threatens that criminals will take over Australia (didn't that already happen?).

Best line - "Corbett snuffed out his rollie and took a big slurp of rum and Coke. 'You're a wanker, Hardy.'"

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