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Tunnel Vision (#2 Danny Clay)
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Jimmy Thomson
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Tunnel Vision (#2 Danny Clay)

Jimmy Thomson


9781925712414

Affirm Press


Fiction & Literature;
Crime & mystery


Paperback

288 pages

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Chaos seems to follow Danny and Zan.

After narrowly avoiding a sticky end in Los Angeles, they escape to Vietnam to help out an old army mate of Danny’s and explore a new TV-writing project. But soon they become entangled in a web of mysteries: their friend is being poisoned, a government official’s daughter has disappeared, a mysterious body has been found in a canal, and there’s a bloodthirsty sun bear somewhere in the city.

It all seems to revolve around one powerful man, and he has Danny and Zan in his sights. They’ve got to get on the front foot if they’re going to walk out of this mess.

Tunnel Vision sees fever-pitched adventure collide with sharply witty, pacey dialogue as Danny Clay and his (almost) faithful sidekick navigate the corrupt world lurking beneath Saigon’s crowded streets.

By:   Jimmy Thomson
Imprint:   Affirm Press
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 234mm,  Width: 154mm,  Spine: 21mm
Weight:   390g
ISBN:   9781925712414
ISBN 10:   1925712419
Pages:   288
Publication Date:   August 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Jimmy Thomson has written three military histories, including one about the Australian sappers (Army Engineers) who discovered the famous tunnels of Cu Chi in Vietnam. He's also written a true crime memoir set in Sydney's Kings Cross and the biographies of dual rugby internationalist Wendell Sailor and cricketer Shane Watson. He is a successful TV scriptwriter, having created three TV drama series: Breakers (set in Bondi), Crash Palace (set in Kings Cross) and Rain Shadow, which ran on the ABC starring Rachel Ward. He has worked in TV across Australia and in Los Angeles and been nominated three times for TV sitcom writing awards. Jimmy has visited Vietnam frequently, four times as a tour guide, for both military history groups and those more interested in broader Vietnamese culture. His current project is organising a book and movie tour of Vietnam featuring this novel, The Quiet American and Indochine. Jimmy lives in Sydney with his family.

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