Review - Sensitive New Age Spy, Geoff McGeachin

Maybe it's just me, but every now again I come across a fictional character that I'd like to meet.


Depends on how game I'm feeling I guess, but I think Alby might be one of those characters.

Of course, never for breakfast, and preferably somewhere there is a large, thick brick wall between us and the great unwashed. But still, he is the sort of bloke that you wouldn't mind having a glass of wine with and oh, I don't know, explore why somebody always seems to want to kill him.

SENSITIVE NEW AGE SPY is the second Alby Murdoch book. This book is more assured, and does a particularly good line in slinging off - at everything.

Can Alby save the free world from the people who are supposed to save the free world? You'll have to read the book to find out! (Link below to the full review).

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Comment by Karen from AustCrime on February 16, 2008 at 4:06pm
Sigh - now I'm slightly turquoise with envy - about all of you :)
Comment by Lindy Cameron on February 16, 2008 at 3:27pm
I totally agree with you Karen about Geoff's second Alby outing. It's such great fun that I not only wanted to meet Alby but the author himself. which I did in Sydney on Monday. and between you and me and anyone else who's reading this - Geoff is a lot like Alby; except he has better luck with women. I also met Geoff's partner Wilma who was lovely.

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