Garry Disher has published fifty titles across multiple genres. He has won multiple German Crime Prize and Ned Kelly awards, including the Ned Kelly Lifetime Achievement Award.
'Rural noir at its best.' * Canberra Times on Peace * 'Disher is one of this country's finest writers, as Consolation attests.' * Australian Book Review * 'In this sequel to last year's best-selling Peace, Constable Paul Hirschhausen now faces a winter of discontent in small-town South Australia. Mud has replaced dust on the roads Hirsch patrols in his pursuit of a snowdropper, the suspected neglect of a student, and a parent going rogue. Disher again proves a better guide than GPS to the bush.' * Herald Sun * 'An amazing, engaging, pacy read. I would throughly recommend Garry Disher's Consolation.' * 2SER * 'Consolation is rural noir at its best: a lone detective persisting in protecting his community; criminal, evil individuals who prey on the isolated; all set against the backdrop of the dangers of the Australian bush.' * Canberra Times * 'If you know someone who likes Australian stories, superior crime fiction, and a decent, sharp eye on humanity, the new Garry Disher book, Consolation, would be a terrific present for them.' * Kaz Cooke * 'Highly recommended...Disher is a master at creating a setting: the dry, cold loneliness of outback of South Australia comes alive in his descriptions as Hirsch makes his routine visits to outlying farms and properties, checking that all is well with these isolated people.' * ReadPlus * 'The people of his district are finely individualised by Disher. The measured prose of the Hirsch novels reflects their protagonist's character.' * Australian * 'The outback noir master returns to Tiverton and it's only cop Paul 'Hirsch' Hirschhausen.' * NZ Listener * 'This is a book that cannot be praised enough... Read it.' * Herald Sun * 'Sheer class.' * Age * 'Garry Disher's novels are an essential and influential part of Australian crime fiction.' * Radio National * 'There are few better explorers of Australia's rural heart in any genre than Garry Disher.' * Pile by the Bed * 'Garry Disher may not have quite the same level of name recognition as fellow bestselling Australian rural noir writers such as Jane Harper and Chris Hammer, but he has long been one of the genre's best.' * Weekend West * 'Well written and very entertaining, Consolation cements Disher's place as the master of outback noir.' * Canberra Weekly * 'Consolation is a very impressive piece of crime fiction. It holds attention, impresses with its depth and raises important issues, while being very entertaining. It once more confirms Disher's place as the master of outback noir.' * Murder, Mayhem and Long Dogs * 'One cracker of a book.' * Weekly Times on Peace * 'A novel of sweat-inducing authenticity.' * NZ Listener on Peace *