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The Life And Crimes Of Harry Lavender (Claudia Valentine, #1) Mark Bannister, Writing The Bestseller Of The Century Is Dead At His Computer, A Murder So Perfect That Claudia Valentine Smells A Rat And Wants It Caught The Chase Leads Deep Into The Murky Underworld Of Sydney Bright, Tough Claudia Must Play A Deadly High Tech Game Of Cat And Rat With A Corrupt Menacing Crime Lord.


10 thoughts on “The Life And Crimes Of Harry Lavender (Claudia Valentine, #1)

  1. says:

    I had to read and study this book for English, it was a very painful and difficult process.


  2. says:

    I took a creative course taught by the author, and found it utterly dull Giving her the benefit of the doubt after all, some people aren t born teachers , I picked up this book at the library My doubts about her writing weren t completely unfounded The writing style is clunky at best, with overly descriptive passages about nothing ...


  3. says:

    As soon as I read the first line I put the book downI woke up feeling like death Ironically appropriate, given what the day held in storeEYE ROLL The book is full of terrible one liners, often at the end of a chapter, that completely kill any mood Day was trying to create Another example this one at the beginning of a chapterSomeone had been in my room Nothing was missing, nothing rearranged, but the smell was there, the smell of intrusionEYE ROLL Please Other times a meaningl As soon as I read the first line I put the book downI woke up feeling like death Ironically appropriate, given what the day held in storeEYE ROLL The book is full of terrible one liners, often at the end of a chapter, that completely kill any mood Day was trying to create Another example this one at the beginning of a chapterSomeone had been in my room Nothing was missing, nothing rearranged, but the smell was there, the s...


  4. says:

    ugh, australian ugh, crime fiction ugh, slang i ve never particularly been a fan of contemporary books, especially ones set in australia so unpatriotic and life and crimes is no exception to this.


  5. says:

    A quick read with some snappy writing The depiction of Sydney was sharp and interesting.


  6. says:

    I don t like this book Maybe because our English teacher bore so many aspects of the book into our brains, but I don t think that s exactly the reason why I don t like it.The mystery if you can even really call it a mystery was really lame, in my opinion The plot was too complicated, maybe because the book was full of computer tech jargon, and the language as really hard to understand Day also uses too much Australian slang which I should know because I m Australian, but don t and that s I don t like this book Maybe because our English teacher bore so many aspects of the book into our brains, but I don t think that s exactly the reason why I don t like it.The mystery if you can even really call it a mystery was really lame, in my opinion ...


  7. says:

    Claudia Valentine is a private investigator who is asked to look into the death of the brother of an old school friend The coroner proclaimed the death was not suspicious but a note with the words terminal illness was left for the sister and it got her wondering Claudia follows the clues, the drugs and the computer trail through Harry Lavender s Sydney of the 1980s Harry has his fingers in every pie and not as an upstanding citizen.Claudia is both competent and paranoid but possibly not e Claudia Valentine is a private investigator who is asked to look into the death of the brother of an old school friend The coroner proclaimed th...


  8. says:

    An old school chum of Claudia s asks her to look into her brother s death Supposedly a heart attack, she didn t believe it was so.Right away, things start to happen A BMW keeps showing up wherever she goes, though it never seems to be following her Then she discovers the directional device planted under the wheel well.A boy friend is killed, Claudia gets knocked around, an everyone seems to be looking for a book the brother was working on A bestseller Hre ...


  9. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed Day s Delores Delgado , but found this her first book rough and jumpy, and oddly, trying to be a bit existential OK, but it doesn t encourage me to readby her.


  10. says:

    I liked the book, unlike many others here I love the way that Day described the city of Sydney throughout the novel I enjoyed Day s writing style in general actually I thought that the climax lacked a little oomf but otherwise it was an enjoyable and quick read.