[share_ebook] Stiff


Author: Shane Maloney

Date: 2011

Publisher: Text Publishing

Category: Novel

Tag: Classic


Posted on 2012-01-02, by sharebookfree.

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Stiff


Stiff
Shane Maloney | Text Publishing | 2011 | English | PDF,RTF,EPUB,LIT,LRF,MOBI,FB2,PDB

The mystery part of this novel isn't the greatest. But the sideshow is a real whopper. The story is told by Murray Whelan, gofer and fixer for Charlene Wills. Charlene and her colostomy bag are Minister for Industry of the reigning Labor Party. Her advisor, Angelo Agnelli, is Murray's boss who sends him to the Pacific Pastoral meat works to check out possible political implications in the freezing death of foreman Ekrem Bayraktar. Things spiral downwards from there with the entry of an industrial super mogul, the questionable shop steward Herb Gardiner, not to mention Ayisha Celik, that Turkish honey pot. The author not only has a way with words. He also has an incredible sense of humor. He takes the Australian political scene apart in a roaring satire without letup or ending. His description of the Italian and Turkish minorities is memorable. This book makes you laugh all the way to the end.


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