Ned has had a rough time. After losing all his money in the Global Financial Crisis, he is reduced to squatting in a boatshed in a wealthy suburb in Melbourne. His sister is a paraplegic and entirely dependent on Ned and her carer – unfortunately, Ned is doing his utmost to avoid her, having lost the family fortune on which they were relying to pay for her care. Until one day, Ned overhears a conversation between a property tycoon and a politician and realises that this is his one chance to get his life back on track. It just won’t be entirely legal.
To Know My Crime is a taut, tense thriller with excitement on every page and leaves you asking, when is it ok to commit a crime?