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eBook The Outcast download

by Philip Cornford

eBook The Outcast download ISBN: 0718129830
Author: Philip Cornford
Publisher: Michael Joseph; First Edition edition (1988)
Language: English
Pages: 320
ePub: 1212 kb
Fb2: 1601 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: docx txt mbr lit
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Used availability for Philip Cornford's The Outcast. January 1990 : Australia Paperback.

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This book is a gem; a tradition like the clue puzzles still have as much relevance in the 1980s as they did when . A similar exponent of the form is Philip Cornford. The central character in his The Outcast (London, Michael Joseph, 1988) is also a journalist

This book is a gem; a tradition like the clue puzzles still have as much relevance in the 1980s as they did when Miss Marple first appeared. However it is a form that requires considerable skill and talent. The central character in his The Outcast (London, Michael Joseph, 1988) is also a journalist. Paul Mackinnon is the sort of hard-edged character commonly found in the world of thrillers. Set onto a story suited to his talents and reputation, he soon finds himself out of his depth, the expendable tool of the Australian security forces and the KGB.

A similar exponent of the form is Philip Cornford. At over 800 pages, it is an extremely long book and Mooney’s downfall as a novelist comes from his success as a playwright. The Outcast is one of the better thrillers to come from an Australian pen. Yet another sub-genre exploited in recent times is best illustrated by John Carroll’s Catspaw (Apollo Bay, Pascoe Publishing, 1988). The plot is carried along by enormous slabs of dialogue but it nonetheless stalls.