It’s the early 1980s: the heady days of excess, dirty secrets and personal favours. Former detective Frank Swann is still in disgrace, working as a low-rent PI. But when he’s offered a security job by the premier’s fixer, it soon becomes clear that someone is bugging the premier’s phone – and it may cost Swann more than his job to find out why.
PRAISE FOR THE BOOK
‘In the Frank Swann series, David Whish-Wilson has done for Perth what Peter Temple did for Melbourne with Jack Irish.’ Westerly Magazine
‘Old Scores is a must read for fans of Australian crime fiction and/or crime fiction in general.’ Just A Guy That Likes To Read
‘As the plot unfolds, Whish-Wilson’s text pulses from the pages at an escalating rate, building tension and suspense as the story hurtles towards its surprising resolution.’ Farm Weekly
‘[Perth] is indeed one of the key characters in the novel, a remote wild-west mirage with more money than sense …’ Australian Book Review
‘Whish-Wilson has again delivered a fast-paced, entertaining and smarter than average crime novel.’ The Weekend Australian