Day’s End (Hirsch #4) by Garry Disher, Review: Gripping
Australian Crime Thriller
Garry Disher’s Day’s End is a gripping Australian crime thriller that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Set in the small town of Kiewarra, the novel follows the story of Detective Inspector Hal Challis and his team as they investigate a double murder. The victims are two young boys, and the prime suspect is a local farmer, Jack Crampton.
The novel is a fast-paced and thrilling read, as Challis and his team race against time to find the killer before he strikes again. Disher’s skillful writing brings the characters to life and creates a vivid picture of the small town of Kiewarra. The suspense builds as the investigation progresses, and readers will be kept guessing until the very end.
The novel is filled with interesting characters, from Challis and his team to the suspects and victims. Disher does an excellent job of developing each character and making them unique. The dialogue is realistic and engaging, and readers will be drawn into the story as they follow Challis’ investigation.
Day’s End is an exciting and entertaining read that will keep readers hooked until the very end. Disher’s skillful writing brings the characters to life and creates an atmosphere of suspense and tension. This is a must-read for fans of Australian crime thrillers, and anyone looking for a gripping read.