Read Too Easy Online Free - Wisecracking social worker Stella Hardy returns, and this time she’s battling outlaw bikie gangs, corrupt cops, and a powerful hunger for pani puri.
On a stormy Halloween night, Stella gets a call from her best friend, Detective Phuong Nguyen. Phuong has a problem. Or rather her lover, Bruce Copeland, does.
Copeland has been implicated in a police-corruption scandal, and the only person who can help prove his innocence has disappeared. The missing man is Isaac Mortimer, a drug dealer associated with the notorious motorcycle gang The Corpse Flowers. Reluctantly, Stella offers to help track him down — and it isn’t long before she is way in over her head: evading bikies, drinking tea with drug dealers, and, worst of all, hanging out in the Macca’s carpark with a bunch of smart-alec teenagers.
Then, when Stella discovers that local street kids are being groomed for some sinister purpose — and that a psychopath with bust face tattooed across his knuckles is pursuing her — she realises she has her work cut out for her.
Sounds easy? Too easy.
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August 13, 2017
What an outstanding read! This is my favourite Australian work of crime fiction this year – the dark humour, the flawed, complex, relatable characters are a joy to read, the Australian landscapes – political, physical and social are so relevant and the narrative is compulsive re...
August 15, 2017
4.75 Stars. I was thoroughly entertained by J M Green’s 2015 debut novel Good Money (Stella Hardy Novel #1), and now the inimitable Stella Hardy is back… bigger, better and funnier than ever in Too Easy . Stella Hardy is a wonderfully ‘modern Australian’ diamond in the rough. She forgives hersel...
August 24, 2017
Stella Hardy is the embodiment of the Australian literary psyche. Short, sharp and crude prose embodies this suspenseful mystery. And I loved every minute of it.
Every chapter comes a new twist, and with the new twist, comes a new side of a character. Characters so well thought out, you truly can...
September 05, 2017
Another great Stella Hardy crime fiction novel. The end got a bit convoluted for me but it was still a good read. Love all the local references.
September 23, 2017
Enjoying this Australian crime series -