There's no two ways about Les Norton - the carrot-topped country boy who works as a bouncer at Sydney's top illegal casino. He's tough and he's mean. He's got a granite jaw, fists like hams, and they say the last time he took a tenner from his wallet Henry Lawson blinked at the light. Lethal but loyal, he's always good for a laugh. In this, the third collection of Les Norton adventures, Les gets his boss off the hook. But not without the help of the boy from Binjiwunyawunya. Les then finds himself in a spot of bother in Long Bay Gaol then in a lot more bother on a St. Kilda tram in Melbourne.
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Love this author and narrator. Just a romping good story. It is very funny in an unique Australian way. I am not sure that non Australians will understand the book
À bit slow at first but turns out to be à funfilled actionpacked trip to Melbourne. Does not really revolve too much around The Boys.
If you enjoyed other Les Norton adventures, I Am sure you Will like this one too! Sad that The author has passed, I have read most of his books
And would Love to have had The chance to read many more
Joachim Stockholm Sweden
On location in Turkey where I listened to this one!
I like the laid back writing style. The stories travel at their own pace.
Good ozy accent and a style that is not rushed but still very interesting.
Les being the main character still stand out.
If you are after a fast moving adventure you may be disappointed BUT with the way that it is written I was not bored at all and really enjoyed the style of writing.
yes its a good norton book
norton in longbay jail for a stupid fine
the boys at home in binjiwunya wunya sounds like a cool spot to chillout
les norton he likes good food
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