Robert G. Barrett (1946-2012) was an Australian novelist of crime fiction. Barrett was raised in Bondi, New South Wales, where he worked as a butcher for many years. He later moved to the Central Coast of New South Wales, appearing in many films and television commercials while writing his Les Norton novels. He died in September 2012 after a battle with cancer.

Robert G. Barrett became a published author in 1985 with the novel You Wouldn’t Be Dead for Quids. Below is a list of Robert G. Barrett’s books in order of when they were originally published:

Publication Order of Les Norton Books

You Wouldn't Be Dead For Quids (1985)Description / Buy at
The Real Thing (1986)Description / Buy at
The Boys from Binjiwunyawunya (1987)Description / Buy at
The Godson (1989)Description / Buy at
Between the Devlin and the Deep Blue Seas (1991)Description / Buy at
White Shoes, White Lines and Blackie (1992)Description / Buy at
And De Fun Don't Done (1993)Description / Buy at
Mele Kalikamaka Mr. Walker (1994)Description / Buy at
The Day of the Gecko (1995)Description / Buy at
Rider on the Storm and Other Bits and Barrett (1996)Description / Buy at
Guns 'N' Rose (1996)Description / Buy at
Mud Crab Boogie (1998)Description / Buy at
Goodoo Goodoo (1998)Description / Buy at
The Wind and the Monkey (1999)Description / Buy at
Leaving Bondi (2000)Description / Buy at
Mystery Bay Blues (2003)Description / Buy at
Rosa-Marie's Baby (2004)Description / Buy at
Crime Scene Cessnock (2005)Description / Buy at
Les Norton and the Case of the Talking Pie Crust (2007)Description / Buy at
High Noon in Nimbin (2009)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Davo's Little Something (1992)Description / Buy at
The Ultimate Aphrodisiac (2002)Description / Buy at
The Tesla Legacy (2006)Description / Buy at

Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books

So What Do You Reckon? (1997)Description / Buy at

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