Jon Stephen Cleary (22 November 1917 – 19 July 2010) was an Australian writer and novelist.
Jon Stephen Cleary (22 November 1917 – 19 July 2010) was an Australian writer and novelist. He wrote numerous books, including The Sundowners (1951), a portrait of a rural family in the 1920s as they move from one job to the next, and The High Commissioner (1966), the first of a long series of popular detective fiction works featuring Sydney Police Inspector Scobie Malone. A number of Cleary's works have been the subject of film and television adaptations.
Jon Cleary's books have sold some 8 million copies. Jon Stephen Cleary was born in Sydney, New South Wales, into a working class family as the eldest of seven children
Jon Cleary's books have sold some 8 million copies. Often the stories are set in exotic locations all over the world or in some interesting historical scene of the 20th century, such as the Nazi Berlin of 1936. Cleary also wrote perhaps the longest running homicide detective series of Australia. Jon Stephen Cleary was born in Sydney, New South Wales, into a working class family as the eldest of seven children. When Clearly was only 10, his father Matthew was condemned to six months' imprisonment for stealing £5 from his baker's delivery bag, in an attempt have money to feed his family. Cleary's mother, Ida, was a fourth-generation Australian.
a b "Two Books Due From Jon Cleary. A Very Private War. Encyclopedia Article. Books and Writers (kirjasto. Archived from the original on 4 July 2013.
A Very Private War. Jon Cleary. He doesn't overtly take a side – he makes it clear the days of aristocratic rule had to come to an end, but he doesn't laud the Bolsheviks either.
Find nearly any book by Jon Cleary (page 4). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Jon Cleary. ISBN 9780688036485 (978-0-688-03648-5) Hardcover, William Morrow & Co, 1980. Find signed collectible books: 'A Very Private War'. Winter Chill (A Scobie Malone Mystery).
It is Bicentenary year and Australia is having the party of its lifetime.
When local solicitor Will Rockne is found in his car by his wife-shot through the head-it seems a baffling and motiveless murder. However, Scobie Malone, newly assigned to the case, has his suspicions. It is Bicentenary year and Australia is having the party of its lifetime. Detective Inspector Scobie Malone, hero of three previous Cleary books and the most human of cops, would much rather be out on Sydney Harbor with his family, watching the fun.
John J. Cleary, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Private Investment Partnerships, Tax, Securities. Worked at Seward & Kissel (New York, NY) specializing in Private Investment Partnerships, Tax, Securities. Member of Seward & Kissel. Admitted to the bar, 1988, New York.
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This article is about the author. For the musician, see Jon Cleary (musician). Jon Stephen Cleary (1917-11-22)22 November 1917 Erskineville, New South Wales, Australia. Vortex (1978) was about tornados; The Beaufort Sisters (1979), about sisters from Kansas; A Very Private War (1980) was about coastwatchers in World War Two; The Faraway Drums (1981) was about a plot to assassinate King George V; The Golden Sabre (1982) was set during the 1917 Russian Revolution; Spearfield's Daughter (1983) was later filmed as a mini series; The.