Robert G. Barrett (1942-2012)

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robert_barrett.jpg    The Australian writer Robert G. Barrett has died after a long battle with cancer. Best known for his novels featuring his hard, street-wise character, Les Norton, Barrett wrote over 20 novels starting with You Wouldn't be Dead for Quids in 1984. He turned to writing after sustaining a work place injury and taking a writing course. His novels were very popular in Australia and he is said to have sold over 1 million copies of his books.

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