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The Day of the Gecko

Les Norton, Book 9
Narrated by: Dino Marnika
Series: Les Norton, Book 9
Length: 6 hrs and 33 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Moving into his old flame Susie's flat in Bondi should have been a piece of cake for Les Norton - except that Price and Eddie had other ideas.

There were two bodies buried under the handball courts at the Bondi baths. The man to get them out? Major Garrick Lewis, aka, The Gecko. With Norton for company, The Gecko literally took Bondi, and everything that went with it, in stride - Mossad hit squads, the KGB, ASIO, yobbo builders and loose women looking for action. And for once, Les is flat out keeping up.

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"The king of popular fiction." ( The Australian)

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  • Nick
  • Lenah Valley, Australia
  • 05-09-15

Ace! Loved it!

It was the last book in the les series I had to read and this and the godson are my favourites!

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  • Maura
  • 03-04-17

terrible

What disappointed you about The Day of the Gecko?

It was most disappointing

What was most disappointing about Robert G. Barrett’s story?

This was the first book by him that I have tried and I did not enjoy it

How could the performance have been better?

if it was a better book

Any additional comments?

This book was very disappointing in the extreme.