There's a new Wyatt on the way - so I'm catching up on the couple that I've been waiting to read for a while - Kickback being the first of them.
From the Blurb:
Wyatt robs banks, and lifts payrolls. Most men like him are dead or in gaol. But Wyatt stamps a cold, pitiless style on his heists - and makes sure that he never gets caught.
Wyatt tensed. A silver BMW had emerged from the driveway of the Frome place. The headlights plunged, then levelled, as the car entered Lansell Road. Wyatt counted heads: Frome driving, his wife next to him, kids in the back. He checked the time - 8pm - and watched the BMW disappear in the direction of Toorak Road.
Wyatt robs banks, and lifts payrolls. Most men like him are dead or in gaol. But Wyatt stamps a cold, pitiless style on his heists - and makes sure that he never gets caught. Now his funds are low and his luck is running out - until the day Anna Reid explains about the kickback in her partners's safe. Other players are involved: Bauer - who learnt his trade shooting blacks in Southern Africa; Ivan Younger - small-time boss; Sugarfoot Younger - sullen urban cowboy. In the world of Kickback there is no yielding, no redemption. When Wyatt is crossed, the outcome is inevitable.