Biff McLeod is unorthodox,laid-back and deceptively eagle-eyed. His humour is original. Take his quirky description of a bar fight - sounds like a short-sighted hippo trying to root a rhino in a glass factory.
With Anika, his accomplished kick-boxing partner from Melbourne, they take on the drug scene, picking up clues in unlikely places from Brisbane to Cairns.
There's Ugly Dougie, known for wrapping barbed wire around his victims and feeding them to the crabs. And Kelly, ex-midshipman bar owner who knows the street scene and passes info to Biff - for a price. Then there's Gordo, the used car salesman by day and brothel boss by night, along with MaryLou, the prostitute with secrets. Nasty ones. And many more.
Incredibly fast paced with a big cast woven through a tapestry of cold-blooded murder, shootouts, knife fights, suicide. Twists and turns, big semi-trailers and little towtrucks, car chases, prostitutes, pimps, mules and stand-over men - it's all here.
And the most hilarious sex scene ever.
Not forgetting Bozo, Biff's dog.