The Other Side Of Sorrow

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  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • The Other Side Of Sorrow
  • Peter Corris
  • English
  • 14 December 2019
  • 1863251855

About the Author: Peter Corris

Peter Corris was an Australian academic, historian, journalist Side Of Epub à and a novelist The Other PDF or of historical and crime fiction His first novel was published in Other Side Of PDF Ê Corris is credited with reviving the fully fledged Australian crime novel with local settings and reference points and with a series character firmly rooted in Australian culture, Sydney PI Cliff Hardy As crime fiction writer, he was described as the Godfather of contemporary Australian crime writingHe won the Lifetime Achievement award at the Ned Kelly Awards for Crime Writing in and was shortlisted for best novel in for Saving Billy and in for The Undertow.


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10 thoughts on “The Other Side Of Sorrow

  1. Trish says:

    3.5

  2. William says:

    Corris spins a yarn with the best of them I can t add anything of consequence to what other reviewers have said This is a poignant story with a solid plot and some engaging characters, especially Hardy s ex wife s son If you have enjoyed this series so far, you will enjoy this one as well.

  3. Greg says:

    THIS BOOK S OPENING chapters form a gut wrenching introduction to a relatively unwelcome expose to an aspect of life that we all have to face Hardy s ex wife makes contact out of the blue and all of the associated bitter memories and arguments rise to the surface of his conscience before he has the sense to agree to a meeting It turns out that Cynthia the former wife has terminal cancer, and with only weeks left to live, wants Hardy to track down the abandoned daughter he didn t know he had THIS BOOK S OPENING chapters form a gut wrenching introduction to a relatively unwelcome expose to an aspect of life that we all have to face Hardy s ex wife makes contact out of the blue and all of the associated bitter memories and arguments rise to the surface of his conscience before he has the sense to agree to a meeting It turns out that Cynthia the former wife has terminal cancer, and with only weeks left to live, wants Hardy to track down the abandoned daughter he didn t know he had in time for Cyn to see her onetime.Sad, huh Long term fans of the series as well as Hardy completionists will pick this book up and savour every word Newbies to the series may not be so enamoured of the greatest crime fighter this country has produced since The Phantom hit the shelves The book is entertaining, there s no denying that, but it struggles to lift itself from the quagmire of sadness and grief that was gifted to the reader at the start.The book is set in the years leading up to the Sydney Olympics and Hardy is soon hot on the trail of a suspected sighting of his daughter at an associated protest site This leads to the book s first display of biffo, which leads to some sexual tension, which leads to a break in, a murder and a link to all three Of course the plot iscomplicated than that but its enough I hope to pique your interest.The book s second half islively and entertaining than the first, and the resolution of the mystery itself is the story s highlight But for once in a PI novel the story is not just about the case, which means, of course, that the reader needs to witness the counterpoint to what they learnt at the start As we all know, Life is not always a bed of roses and, if nothing else, TOSOS does well to reinforce this point The story itself suffers as a consequence but maybe that is the whole damn point.Yo to that

  4. Julie scott says:

    Another great read from Peter Corris his 23rd book in the Cliff Hardy series it s about 20 year s since Cliff has seen his ex wife Cynthia and he s shocked to get a phone call from her Cyn is dying from cancer and she s desperate to get in touch with the daughter she gave up for adoption the daughter who he confesses his Cliffs.Cliff is sceptical but agrees to take on the search for her daughter.The trail is far from simple and malt Islands threaten him the closer he gets Fabulous book.

  5. Any Length says:

    Easy read A couple of things I didn t like 1 When a person keeps the paper away from one s face they are far sighted, not short sighted 2 I didn t like that short not at all dramatic scene in the floods Considering it s impact on the book That scene left me cold There was just very little to it.

  6. Don says:

    Very typical of the Cliff Hardy series, easy to listen to and moves nicely About the only thing wrong, as with all books they become dated with the passing of the years Still I enjoyed the narrator and the plot This does carry an M rating for language as many of Peter Corris books probably should.

  7. Mumbler says:

    A pretty strong one, after aflawed one.