The latest adventure of Melbourne's Rebus. - now the Hon. Murray Whelan MP. Respectability at last.What's more, Murray has found true love in the person of the salty-tongued Lyndal Luscombe, who has in her possession a highly significant ultrasound photo. There must be a catch, and Murray's about to reel.
Shane Maloney is deputy director of the Brunswick Institute, a weather board think-tank financed by his wife. The Brush-Off was awarded the 1996 Ned Kelly Prize for Best Crime Novel, and short-listed for the 1996 Vance Palmer Prize for fiction. Shane Maloney is also the author of Something Fishy, Stiff, Nice Try, The Big Ask and Sucked In.