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  1. says:

    Crosskill is book four of the Wyatt series by Garry Disher Wyatt was broke and angry with the group who took all his money called Mesics Wyatt plot a plan to get his money back However Wyatt's plan failed and Wyatt was on the run again without his money and someone is out to kill him The readers of Crosskill will continue to follow Wyatt to see he gets his money back from Mesics I enjoyed reading Crosskill another adventure with Wyatt Crosskill is well written and researched by Garry Disher I like the Garry Disher portrayal of his characters and the way they interact with each other Garry Disher did an excellent job of describing his settings and the plot that ensures I engaged with this book The readers of Crosskill will learn that there is no honour between criminals and it is uite common for criminals to double crossed each other Also the readers of Crosskill will learn about Melbourne suburbs and the best places to visit in Melbourne I recommend this book


  2. says:

    Fourth in the Wyatt series I suggest they be read in order The series will appeal to fans of uarry and Parker Disher is just as good as Collins and Westlake writing as Richard Stark in portraying the amoral bad guy each with his own peculiar code of ethics Crosskill continues the story begun in the earlier volumes as Wyatt tries to get his money from a holdup gone wrong back from the mob Definitely not literature but who cares They are well crafted stories showing a darker side With all the things that go wrong my only uestion is how Wyatt can keep going without getting totally depressedLots of fun I intend to read all of them and then move on to Disher’s police procedurals


  3. says:

    Great seriesVery enjoyable recently discovered series Though somewhat of a rip off of the old Parker novels by Richard Stark still a worthwhile adventure


  4. says:

    All four Wyatt books form a great OZ crime saga The villain hero concept seems to work even though he is a killer His victims seem to deserve what they get


  5. says:

    Wyatt continues to try to recover his money and get the Outfit off his back As before he runs up against the problem of dumb venal people who outsmart themselves and trip him up as well


  6. says:

    Another excellent heist novel featuring the cold and professional thief Wyatt


  7. says:

    Best of the series so far Whole bunch of double crosses and a genius prison break plan


  8. says:

    The fourth Wyatt novel who is the Australian Parker There's even a nod to the Parker novels with a crime group called the Outfit and a character named Charles WillisEveryone is after Wyatt The Outfit has a forty thousand dollar contract on his head He's already killed two hitmen in the last six months A third a woman has missed himthree times and he's dealt her damageWyatt needs this resolved because he wants to hit the Mesics a Melbourne crime family They interfered in one of his jobs and cost him 300000 The old man had recently died and his two sons were at odds One wanted to continue as before and the other wanted an alliance with an American Mafia family in the casino business Now is the time to hit themTo demonstrate his power Wyatt and an associate hit several Outfit businesses then boldly works into a meeting with Kepler head of the Outfit They make a deal together The contract is voided and Wyatt hits the Mesics rifling the safes and leaving them handcuffed allowing the Outfir to walk in and take their business records The Outfit had wanted into Melbourne for a while nowUnknown to the new partnership was a couple of crooked cops independent of each other horning in Not to mention a double cross of Wyatt by even another partyEveryone wants Wyatt's head He's a man who always sticks to a deal Unless crossed Then he becomes even dangerous


  9. says:

    CROSSKILL is another of my Wyatt series rereads just because I want toThis book in particular really takes on the bad guys Wyatt may not immediately seem to have much of a moral conscience when it comes to taking other people's money but he does think honour amongst thieves is important Especially where his money is concernedAs with all the Wyatt series Wyatt plays a lone hand with just a little help and hindrance from his friends But when trouble arrives it hits him from all sides Wyatt will of course triumph in the end There will be a bit of collateral damage and some people just don't seem to realise that there are some enemies for life that you just don't want to makeThis series is just so good Tight clever and suspenseful writing combined with believable plotlines make for a very involving storyline The slow reveal of small background points about Wyatt make him a very elusive character for the reader as well as those in the story It's actually a clever idea that there's always some little pearl about Wyatt that drops in each book giving the reader just a little bit about the lonest of lone Australian fictional crime characters


  10. says:

    Another book I'd give 4 and a half stars to if I could A solid and entertaining read Garry Disher doesn't have El Leonard's ear for dialogue few writers do but he also doesn't waylay the story with sassy cleverness either He stays on track a bit better With this story it's all very matter of fact and concisely done Good job


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Summary Crosskill

Crosskill

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