Paydirt (Wyatt, #2)

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  • Paydirt (Wyatt, #2)
  • Garry Disher
  • English
  • 24 March 2017
  • 1863407790

About the Author: Garry Disher

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Paydirt (Wyatt, #2) book, this is one of the most wanted Garry Disher author readers around the world.


Paydirt (Wyatt, #2) Set In The South Australian Outback, This Novel Continues The Adventures Of Master Thief Wyatt, First Introduced In The Author S Earlier Novel, Kickback In This Novel, The Sydney Mob Has Hired A Bitter Ex Policeman To Kill Wyatt

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10 thoughts on “Paydirt (Wyatt, #2)

  1. Brenda says:

    Wyatt was working in the Brava Construction repair shop in the small town in outback South Australia just north of Adelaide but while he was getting himself dirty, he was keeping an eye on the Steelgard security van that had arrived with the money to pay the workers A company filled with Chileans, the pay packets would be large his intent on snatching a payroll was coming closer Every Thursday he had sussed it out kept an eye on proceedings He had come to the conclusion that security was Wyatt was working in the Brava Construction repair shop in the small town in outback South Australia just north of Adelaide but while he was getting himself dirty, he was keeping an eye on the Steelgard security van that had arrived with the money to pay the workers A company filled with Chileans, the pay packets would be large his intent on snatching a payroll was coming closer Every Thursday he had sussed it out kept an eye on proceedings He had come to the conclusion that security was lax and the guards never changed their routine.But unknown to Wyatt his name was on a hit list his previous job had caused major problems he needed to be silen...

  2. Toby says:

    Wyatt the cold, unfeeling, bastard heistman, on the run from a previous job gone wrong hides out in a small town and gets interested in a new job to recoup his losses Sound familiar noir fans That s because Wyatt is Australia s answer to Richard Stark s Parker I ve often said things like nobody writes like Richard Stark or Parker is a one of a kind anti hero but having dipped my toes in to the world of Garry Disher s early 90s creation I m going to have to amend that as Paydirt is on the Wyatt the cold, unfeeling, bastard heistman, on the run from a previous job gone wrong hides out in a small town and gets interested in a new job to recoup his losses Sound familiar noir fans That s because Wyatt is Australia s answer to Richard Stark s Parker I ve often said things like nobody writes like Richard Stark or Parker is a one of a kin...

  3. Jim says:

    This Aussie version of Parker doesn t seem to have a lick of luck He s a bit desperate to recover from his last job, but makes some decisions that don t fit all that well with his character I ll give it a pass, but that took some of the wind out of the book for me Otherwise, it was pretty good It s a real kick to read Australian pulp fiction Love the similarities differences in the life styles, language, such It s made even better by the character.Unfortunately, there s a major This Aussie version of Parker doesn t seem to have a lick of luck He s a bit desperate to recover from his last job, but makes some decisions that don t fit all that well with his character I ll give it a pass, but that took some of the wind out of the book for me Otherwise, it was pretty good It s a real kick to read Australian pulp fict...

  4. Eric_W says:

    One of Gary Disher s creations is Wyatt, a rather nasty fellow, living in Australia who likes to rob things He s obsessive about never leaving a trace so all paperwork and contact with the cops is to be avoided at all costs His sometimes squeeze has told him about a sweet deal where a company has been hired to build a pipeline and has a substantial payday on a regular basis It s a score worth contemplating.There are several complications, the most pressing being there s a price on his head of One of Gary Disher s creations is Wyatt, a rather nasty fellow, living in Australia who likes to rob things He s obsessive about never leaving a trace so all paperwork and contact with the cops is to be avoided at all costs His sometimes squeeze has told him about a sweet deal where a company has been hired to build a p...

  5. Mary says:

    Wyatt is a career criminal who does big jobs only He is putting together a payroll hit in a South Australian country town with his usual meticulous planning Unfortunately the last the last job in Melbourne went wrong and this has made it difficult for him to put together the team that he would like Ahead of his time, he has a woman on the team plus two men he doesn t know well an electronics man and the vehicle man They are the unknown factors within the team.What Wyatt doesn t know is that Wyatt is a career criminal who does big jobs only He is putting together a payroll hit in a South Australian country town with his usual meticulous planning Unfortunately the last the last job in Melbourne went wrong and this has made it difficult for him to put together the team that he would like Ahead of his time, he has a woman on the team plus two men he doesn t know well an electronics man and the vehicle man They are the unknown factors within the team.What Wyatt doesn t know is that outside the team, the Melbourne job is still haunting him He s upset the Sydney underbelly and they have put 20,000 on his head and sent a disgraced ex cop to do the hit Can Wyatt avoid the unknown killer while pulling off the job in spite of the problems in his team Disher does a fabulous of job of enga...

  6. Maddy says:

    PROTAGONIST WyattSETTING Small town in AustraliaSERIES 2 of 7RATING 4.5WHY Wyatt is working on a construction site in a small town in Australia in preparation for hijacking the ard car van that stops there weekly He hires on a small crew to help him out His planning is meticulous, but he is dou...

  7. Karen says:

    One of the great joys of my reading life is the occasional chance to wander back through a much loved series And what s not to absobloodylutely love about the Wyatt series from Garry Disher.Taut as, these books are short, sharp and to the point 173 pages short A salient reminder to the reader that you don t actually need 500 or s...

  8. Jenny says:

    Paydirt is book two in the Wyatt series by Garry Disher Wyatt is on the run and running out of money he accepts a job from a friend Leah to rob the Belcowie payroll However, for Wyatt, with all his planning, the robbery failed To make his life worse, someone out to kill him The readers of Paydirt will continue to follow Wyatt to see if he survives I am amazed how Garry Disher can portray a master thief like Wyatt in a way that engages me with the characters and the plot of books in this ser Paydirt is book two in the Wyatt series by Garry Disher Wyatt is on the run and running out of money he accepts a job from a friend Leah to rob the Belcowie payroll However, for Wyatt, with all his planning, the robbery failed To make his life worse, someone out to kill him The readers of Paydirt will continue to follow Wyatt to see if he survives I am amazed how Garry Disher can portray a master thief like Wyatt in a way that engages me with the characters and the plot of books in this series Paydir...

  9. Randy says:

    Wyatt is planning a hit on an ard car that delivers a payroll to a company way out in the country every week employing 1,500 a week pipeline construction workers He d taken a job there to case the layout and had the job planned when immigration raided the job.He makes his escape even as they are arresting a number of illegal South Americans.Unwilling to give up the job, he comes at it from a different angle, making a new plan and lining up men for the job.At the same time, a hit man was tr Wyatt is planning a hit on an ard car that delivers a payroll to a company way out in the country every week employing 1,500 a week pipeline construction workers He d take...

  10. Richard Heggie says:

    Easily readable and with a few unseen plot twists.