Books by Russell Braddon

Veteran Australian writer Braddon's first mystery—a gimmicky, predictable tale featuring a serial killer who tucks funnelwebs, deadly Australian spiders, into paraphernalia belonging to his victims: first, in the performing jock of a much beloved ballet star; next, in the exercise shirt of a posh baronet; then, in ajar of massage rub used on a viscount/punk-rocker; and, last, in the jellybeans a certain lord was addicted to. Read full book review >