Excellent Short Walks in the North Island: Totally Revised and Updated

Excellent Short Walks in the North Island: Totally Revised and Updated

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Busted Again!

More Stories from New Zealand's leading Private Investigator

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By Ron McQuilter
Format Paperback / softback
Page Extent 256
Book Size 230 x 150 x 20 mm
Imprint New Holland Publishers
Release Date 1/10/2021
Subject Classification Memoirs

What the critics said about BUSTED!:

“I can’t put the book down.”

Sunlive – Bay of Plenty. Interview with Rosalie Liddle

“A wonderful book”

The Book Show – Terry Toner, Radio Southland

“This lovely book is the sort to pick up when you have a few spare moments for a true story”

Otago Daily Times – Clive Trotman


Following on from the hugely successful ‘BUSTED! Stories from New Zealand’s Leading Private Investigator’ (also available from New Holland), Ron McQuilter tell more stories of the incredible New Zealand cases in which he has been involved.

Extortion, fraud, insurance scams and workplace theft are just some of the intriguing stories in ‘BUSTED AGAIN.’


Why was Ron targeted to be arrested in one of New Zealand’s biggest film piracy cases?

What happened when a crank call was, in fact, a Billionaire needing Ron’s help in a very ‘delicate’ matter?

How did a ‘suspect’ insurance claim and subsequent investigation become an urgent case to recover something personal that wasn’t on the insurance claim?


BUSTED AGAIN highlights the bizarre, the unexpected, the outrageous and, in some cases, the comical side of life.

Follow the stories and the absurd extent people will go to evade detection.

Ron McQuilter is a career investigator, brought up in the “hard” part of Glasgow. He fell in love with a Kiwi girl and immigrated to New Zealand in 1983. He has become the country’s most prominent Private Investigator and regularly features on television, radio and print media. This is his second book.

Ron is extremely well known in New Zealand and has a huge media presence