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Calm, mature, forgiving, honest, stylish and sober. Brisbane’s Terry Flynn possesses none of these qualities.

Bumbling his way through life without any real direction, knockabout Terry is the first to admit he’s never achieved anything of great significance in his 44 years.

Seeking retribution from anyone he believes has wronged him is common practice, but when a degenerate gambler looks set to turn his world upside down, Terry is prompted to produce his greatest square up to date.

With an extremely short fuse and an inability to conform with modern society, it’s not going to be a walk in the park though. In fact his best mate reckons it’s the most ludicrous scheme Terry has ever devised and only gives him a 50/1 chance of pulling it off!

Terry’s not concerned in the slightest, he’s just got a cranky builder, a dangerous driver, English cricket fans and an 80’s television star amongst others to deal with first.

It’s going to be a busy few weeks in December, but with the help of a few friends, Terry’s going to give it a crack or go down swinging!

"Terry Flynn is a bloody good read; it's the best book I've read by a Brisbane author this year." 

Greg 'Marto' Martin

Triple M Big Breakfast

Terry Flynn Books

What Is Terry Up To Now?!

For an Aussie bloke who doesn't read alot, I couldn't put Terry Flynn down! Ripper of a story that had me crying from laughter! Please send Terry down south for the sequel!

Simon H. Tamworth, NSW

Great story about the Aussie larrikin and battler. Plenty of good laughs and emotion that will have you entertained from start to finish. Hope to read more adventures about Terry...

Mick T. Brisbane


I wasn't sure what I thought of Terry at first but the cheeky bugger won me over! Absolutely loved it! Classic!

Kristy O. Brisbane

I enjoyed everything about this book, there was nothing I didn't like. I like the setting, the writing style, the plot ,the plot twists and the characters in the book were amazing. I would reread this again. I also like the concept of the book.  

Nicole Bannister


A great read, in the vain of Matt Dray's 'A day at the races' or Paul Carter's 'Don't tell mum I work on the rigs'. Excellent holiday reading while you're laying on the beach with a beer.

A. desLandes


"Aussie larrakin - set in Brisbane"

This book is full of surprises, each one more hilarious than the last. These pages contain plenty of colourful tales based in urban settings familiar to us all. Can't wait to see what the future holds for Terry. You'll love it.


Paul S. 


"Superb Story"

Hilarious, raunchy and moving. A wonderful Aussie story that will have you in stitches, fast paced and full of memorable sequences. An excellent read :)


Valerie Solanas


"Wonderful Aussie Caper"

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