Order of Garry Disher Books
Garry Disher is an Australian author of crime fiction and children’s novels. He writes the Wyatt series and the Inspector Challis series. Disher obtained postgraduate degrees from Adelaide University and Melbourne University. He was awarded a writing fellowship from Stanford University and wrote his first collection of short stories. He then travelled the world, ending up back in Australia, teaching creative writing. In 1988, Garry became a full-time writer, which he has been ever since.
Garry Disher became a published author in 1981 with Approaches – the collection he wrote at Stanford. His first novel the standalone novel Steal Away. Below is a list of Garry Disher’s books in order of when they were first published:
Publication Order of Wyatt Books
|Port Vila Blues||(1995)|
Publication Order of After Dark Books
Publication Order of Inspector Challis Books
|The Dragon Man||(1999)|
|Chain of Evidence||(2007)|
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
|The Difference to Me||(1988)|
|Restless: Stories of Flight and Fear||(1995)|
|Straight, Bent and Barbara Vine||(1997)|
Publication Order of Anthologies
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Wretches and Rebels: The Australian Bushrangers||(1981)|
|Writing Fiction: An Introduction to the Craft||(1983)|
|Australia Then & Now||(1987)|
|Writing Professionally: The Freelancer's Guide to Marketing Prose and Scripts||(1989)|
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Garry Disher Synopses: In The Stencil Man by Garry Disher, even though he had emigrated from Germany nearly two decades ago, Martin Linke is classified as “suspicious” and interned with every other foreign-sounding named citizen. He argues that he is not at war and should not have to leave his family, but is instead put into an internment camp and isolated.
In The Bamboo Flute by Garry Disher, during the Great Depression in Australia, a child meets a swagman named Eric the Red. Eric teaches Paul how to play the bamboo flute, bringing music back into his life.
Switch Cat by Garry Disher is about two neighbour girls who aren’t happy with their own cats, but think that they match up much better with eachother’s cat. However, their parents don’t approve of the trade.
In Blame the Wind by Garry Disher, Robert must spend time with his cousin Carl. While camping at a farm, they meet a strange girl and together, they all tell ghost stories.