Where Angel Fears To Tread
by Robert Perrier
Frank Angel is a hit man for a syndicate of Brisbane high-fliers. Whenever the spirit takes him, Angel can afford to travel to Europe to indulge in his passion for classical art and music. When he meets art gallery attendant Simone Laverne, his world begins to unravel.
Where to buy?
- Avid Reader 193 Boundary St West End Brisbane (07) 3846 3422
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- State Library of Queensland bookshop Southbank, Brisbane.
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Eccentric Voices: A scrapbook of Brisbane cultural history 1965–1995
edited by Anne Jones and Robert Whyte
Eccentric Voices records the battles to drag Brisbane out of the past, to break out of the bible-bashing boredom of a public culture dominated by old blokes in bad hats, crooked cops and ladies in league against communism. Sixteen essays and a timeline of the period, 278 pages, full colour throughout. For more information call Anne Jones 0438 047 910 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Black and White Night Owls
Songwriter producer Jordon Rothstein won best film score for the film Union in the NYU Film Festival, was music supervisor for independent film Falling Sky, starring Karen Allen and Brittany Murphy and has worked with The Gorillaz as a musician and music supervisor. He teaches piano and performs as a jazz pianist in the New York City area.
Black and White Night Owls inhabit the cities of the future in which the sunset is no longer colourful due to staff shortages and dwindling supplies of magic crayons. Never without humor, always with a glimpse of the darker side, Black and White Night Owls is fashioned from mysterious, spiralling reflections on life. Download this free sample.
h.a.r.p.o. (how about resisting powerful organisations) is a new Australian venture created by Robert Whyte and Anne Jones to publish books featuring Brisbane, especially Brisbane Noir.
Photo left to right: Robert “Bomber” Perrier with Where Angel Fears To Tread, Anne Jones with Eccentric Voices: A scrapbook of Brisbane cultural history 1965–1995 and Robert Whyte with Where Angel Fears To Tread