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Black Teeth

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Zane Lovitt’s brand of modern noir with an Aussie twist has won him awards and praise Down Under, and his latest twisted revenge tale is a reworking of the old private detective genre. Black Teeth stars Jason Ginaff, a freelance investigator digging up old secrets online – the kind of secrets that could be embarrassing to future employers. In his spare time he searches for his estranged father, an alcoholic ex-cop with a dark secret. But Ginaff isn’t the only one looking for his father.

Black Teeth is as dark and complex as anything to come out of 1940s Los Angeles, with a style and voice that is undeniably millennial. Follow the twists and turns all the way to the end for a uniquely satisfying read from a great new voice in crime fiction. Read our full review here.


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