Garry Disher: Wyatt by Garry Disher



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When an old accomplice named Eddie Oberlin offers Wyatt piece of a job he s hesitant but needs the money As these things usually go there is a double cross and Wyatt and Eddie s ex wife Lydia Stark are left for dead Can Wyatt get his money and teach Eddie Oberlin what happens when someone double crosses WyattI first learned about Garry Disher s Wyatt series while spending hours pouring over The Violent World of Parker When this one the seventh book popped up in one of my cheapo ebook emails I snapped it upParker down under is kind of a lazy way to describe Wyatt but that s pretty much the premise Wyatt is an Australian version of Richard Stark s Parker a planner who is elentless when it comes to getting what he wants He has of a heart than the criminal force of nature that is Parker but is still one tough cookieWyatt despite being the seventh book in the series is a very accessible book While the past was alluded to I didn t feel as if I missed anything by not Liar, Liar reading the previous six books The caper is the tried and true snatch and grab complete with an unforeseen double cross and some eually unforeseen bad information about the take I think Garry Disher did a good job of crafting an homage to Parker without making Wyatt seem like a completeipoff That being said there were a ton of Easter eggs for Parker fans like an apartment building called The Westlake Towers and Wyatt switching clothes with a drunk named Parker in the police station Also there was a police officer named Grofield Another thing I eally liked is that Disher didn t seem to be trying to ape Stark s style but still captured the overall flavor of the Parker booksWhile I didn t find Wyatt overly original it was a fun and engaging ead I m giving it a three since I enjoyed it but someone who didn t have 20 something Richard Stark books to compare it to might ate it higher Wyatt is book seven in the Wyatt series by Garry Disher Wyatt is a professional criminal and he accepts a new job helping Eddie Oberin steal precious gems from Alain Le Page Wyatt went against his better judgement worked with a partner Eddie Oberin ex wife Lydia As always Wyatt thoroughly planned his operation and thought nothing could go wrong However he was wrong and something did go wrong The eaders of Wyatt will continue to follow the twists and turns to find out if Wyatt finally gets caught I enjoyed eading Wyatt and it engaged me from the beginning of the book I love Promoted with the simple yet effective tagline ‘Wyatt’s been away Now he’s back’ Garry Disher’s first Wyatt novel in 13 years – called funnily en.

Arry Disher written style the way he can go from a brilliant cop in the Inspector Challis series to portray a professional thief Garry Disher does a fantastic job of portraying his characters and the way he intertwines them throughout the plot of this book I like Garry Disher description of his settings that allowed me to ide along with the characters Garry Disher did a tremendous job incorporating the twists and turns throughout Wyatt that ensured that I did not stop eading this book until the last page I ecommend this book uite pleased with the new Disher novel WYATTWyatt is to Australia what Parker is to the United StatesMaking a living as a thief had gotten harder over the years for Wyatt More stringent security measures and the fact that businesses didn t deal in cash much any Wyatt has skills but not what s needed to manage wire transfers and suchCash jewelry and paintings were what he liked to stealWhen one job blows up in his face stealing a 75000 bribe from a crooked harbormaster the police earing up in a sting operation to get the man Wyatt barely escapes with the loot only to be disappointed The bundles had a hundred top and bottom but blank paper in betweenHe eluctantly gets involved in another job the planner Eddie Oberin had been cultivating It was one brought to him by his ex wife and Wyatt ecognized in her a kindred spirit And that could be bad Alan Le Page is an international courier that visits Australia uite freuently Oberin had learned that he brought jewelry into the country for a pair of brothers that sold them throughout their network Along with the legitimate stuff was sprinkled stolen goods from out of countryIt looked like an easy haulit wasn tMore was going on Millions in stolen bearer bonds a violent Le Page looking for them and a double cross Also another amateur that insists on sticking his nose in despite epeated warnings from WyattThe mix is kept olling along nicely as Wyatt is intent on evening things up he never lets emotion get involved though Revenge is just business He does have a eputation among his setThw Wyatt novels have always given a nod to Westlake s Parker novels A character named Charles WillisParker s civilian name in one and The Outfit in another He follows suit in this one with a character named Parker his full name not mentionedliked this one a lot One hopes Disher doesn t wait thirteen years before we get another Incredible as it may seem I had never e. Ough Wyatt – eacuaints us with the taciturn thief eturned to Melbourne and in dire need of a few uidApparent salvation comes in the form of an acuaintanc.

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Ad any of Garry Disher s Wyatt series so I had no idea of the depth of eading pleasure in store for me when I started his latest offering Wyatt Wyatt has been away now he s back The plot begins with a planned jewel heist but takes many a twist and turn before the final page Wyatt seems to be a crook with principles but he doesn t hesitate to kill if that s what s needed And there are plenty of dead bodies strewn throughout this novel The action is fast paced and the goods change hands with dizzying freuency Disher is a master of description this novel is full of ealistic down to earth gutsy characters the dialogue is azor sharp Wyatt s theory about words The words had a job to do and were not to be suandered could apply eually to Disher himself He may be economical with them but he certainly chooses the ight ones and strings them together in a most satisfying order There are some delicious ironies one set of thieves eferring to the people who obbed them as the thieves the obbing at one stage being done by a copIt is easy to see why this novel has won the Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Fiction 2010 Readers will have difficulty putting it down There was a 13 year hiatus between the last Wyatt novel and this one let s hope we don t have to wait as long for the next one This was my first Wyatt novel but certainly not my last Who knew Wyatt is the sixth of Disher s novels to feature the professional thief but the first to be published in the US I hope that his back list becomes available soon his excellent Hal Challis police procedural series has been here for yearsFrom Disher s websiteWyatt is a professional hold up man banks payroll vans jewel heists etc We don t learn much about him and that is part of his appeal He s cool all business with not much of an emotional life doesn t suffer fools gladly but is sometimes forced to ely on them and although not a thrill killer will kill those who cross him He has certain standards no drugs for example no unnecessary violence Readers say I don t approve of Wyatt but I want him to win which is exactly my intention In each of the six novels to date he plans and commits a major obbery unaware that others are plotting against him When he s double crossed he sets out to discover who did it get his evenge and get back the proceeds of the obberyIt s an extremely well done old fashioned heist story with great characters several double crosses and a most satisfying ending. E offering him a major ole in a jewel heist Inevitably it all goes pear shaped and our anti hero finds himself in a mess that he may not be able to clean up.

Garry Disher was born in 1949 and grew up on his parents' farm in South AustraliaHe gained post graduate degrees from Adelaide and Melbourne Universities In 1978 he was awarded a creative writing fellowship to Stanford University where he wrote his first short story collection He travelled widely overseas before returning to Australia where he taught creative writing finally becoming a full