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  Garry Disher Anita Djafari Katrin Doerksen Werner Dütsch Joachim Feldmann Michael Friderici Garry Disher: The Central Role of Rural Settings in Recent Australian Crime Fiction The city is the primary site for most contemporary crime novels, and while readers might find themselves entering a chaotic world, it’s in the certain knowledge they’ll be guided by a detective rooted to the setting and in possession of wide-ranging and penetrating insider knowledge. The Los Angeles of Michael Connelly’s Bosch, for example; the Edinburgh of Ian Rankin’s Rebus.                   In contrast, the settingRead More