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Garry Disher (born 15 August 1949 in Corporate Town of Burra, West Australia) is an Australian author of crime fiction and children's literature.

Garry Disher
OccupationAuthor
NationalityAustralian
Period1987–present
GenreCrime fiction, children's literature

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AwardsEdit

BibliographyEdit

NovelsEdit

  • Steal Away (1987)
  • The Stencil Man (1988)
  • The Sunken Road (1996)
  • Past the Headlands (2001)
  • Play Abandoned (2011)
  • Bitter Wash Road (2013) published in 2014 as Hell to Pay in the US
  • Under the Cold Bright Lights (2017) published by Text

Crime series - The Wyatt NovelsEdit

  • Kickback (1991)
  • Paydirt (1992)
  • Deathdeal (1993)
  • Crosskill (1994)
  • Port Vila Blues (1996)
  • The Fallout (1997)
  • Wyatt (2010)
  • The Wyatt Butterfly (2010: omnibus containing Port Vila Blues and The Fallout)
  • The Heat (2015)
  • Kill Shot (2018)

Crime series - The Challis and Destry NovelsEdit

Short story collectionsEdit

  • Approaches (1981)
  • The Difference to Me (1988)
  • Flamingo Gate (1991)
  • Straight, Bent and Barbara Vine (crime stories, 1997)

Young adultEdit

  • Blame the Wind (1995)
  • Restless : Stories of Flight & Fear (1995)
  • The Half Dead (1997)
  • The Apostle Bird (1997)
  • The Divine Wind (1999)
  • From Your Friend, Louis Deane (2000)
  • Moondyne Kate (2001)
  • Eva's Angel (2003)
  • Two-Way Cut (2004)

Children'sEdit

  • The Bamboo Flute (1992)
  • Ratface (1993)
  • Ermyntrude Takes Charge (1995)
  • Walk Twenty, Run Twenty (1996)
  • Maddie Finn (2002)
  • Switch Cat (1994)

EditedEdit

  • The Man Who Played Spoons (1987)
  • Personal Best (1989)
  • Personal Best 2 (1991)
  • Below the Waterline (1999)

Non-fictionEdit

  • Wretches and Rebels: The Australian Bushrangers (1981)
  • Writing Fiction: An Introduction to the Craft (1983)
  • Bushrangers (1984)
  • Total War: The Home Front, 1939-1945 (1985)
  • Australia Then & Now (1987)
  • Writing Professionally: The Freelancer's Guide to Writing and Marketing (1989)
  • Writing Fiction: An Introduction to the Craft (revised edition) (2001)

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