Roland Fishman

Sunday Age Review

Roland Fishman

ageThis is an excerpt from a review in The Sunday Age, 14 December 2014. 

“A plot ripped straight from today’s front-page headlines.

A thriller that has all the elements for success; a surfing, martial-arts proficient and taciturn hero and a beautiful sidekick with whom he still has unresolved issues … 

A Muslim extremist group based in Indonesia has plans to launch devastating attacks on Sydney on New Year’s Eve – and only one man can stop them: special operative Russell Carter, an Australian version of Lee Child’s Jack Reacher – a man of few words but much action. … Fishman sets a fierce pace over almost 400 pages with the action (and violence) seldom slowing …  

“This is the first in a series of thrillers featuring the enigmatic and lethal Carter.”

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