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  • Funny and insightful

    If you fancy yourself as a private investigator, you can’t do better than read ‘Finding Harry’ where Epi, Harry’s cousin, fully qualified through ‘The Manual of Detection’ shows how it’s done. Harry has gone missing in the murky world of illegal steroids and seedy gyms. Epi feels an obligation to his Greek family, and Harry’s mother, the doleful Aunt Sophia, to clear up this mystery and bring Harry home. Raw, funny, and often philosophical, ‘Finding Harry’ will introduce you to a cast of hilariously inept characters from the inner suburbs of Melbourne, at a time, 1989, when the world seemed a simpler place.

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