Win, Lose or Draw by Peter Corris Allen & Unwin, 2017, 246 pages, $29.99 ___________________________ I admit that I still feel a guilty sense of indulgence about reading so much crime fiction. But then I remind myself that I am not alone. P.G. Wodehouse, Evelyn Waugh, T.S. Eliot, Bertolt Brecht and W.H. Auden were similarly all addicts, if that’s the word. And I suspect it might be. And addicts need continuity of supply. A crucial feature of crime writing is regular production and delivery. Peter Corris has been no exception. Win, Lose or Draw is the forty-second volume in the…
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