Garry Disher

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

Garry Disher is an Australian author of crime fiction and children's literature.

Awards[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • 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 Novels[edit]

  • 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 Novels[edit]

Short story collections[edit]

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

Young adult[edit]

  • 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's[edit]

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

Edited[edit]

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

Non-fiction[edit]

  • 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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