A severe beating brings disabled youth Tek Firbank close to death when he decides operating a drone could be much more than a hobby and he tries selling the idea to standover man Stan Probert. His sleazy agent, Carl Larkins, ends up stripped and naked on the seafront when Probert's henchmen give him a working over. Meanwhile an elderly Greek couple are brutally beaten and their milk bar trashed for resisting Probert's demands for protection money.

Disgraced former spy and reluctant sleuth Bromo Perkins is prevailed upon to resurrect his past connections and investigate inroads being made by the Bulgarian mafia. Only then are connections made between the three events and a separate investigation into underworld activities attracting the attention of Bromo's former lover and Federal agent Delia Dunstan. 


Tony Berry

Tony Berry has turned his hand to novel writing after a long career as a journalist in the UK and Australia, most recently as a sub-editor since 1990 with the Sunday Herald, the Sun and on the news desk at the Herald Sun.

His experience has embraced everything from local weekly newspapers to metropolitan dailies, and from trade and industrial journals to mass market magazines and high quality lifestyle publications.

As a writer, Tony has travelled all over the world reporting for tourism industry newspapers and later in his role as travel editor for newspapers including the Adelaide Advertiser, Sunday Observer and The Age. He has also contributed chapters and sections to international travel guides.


Series: Bromo Perkins

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