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Review: The Unbroken Line

Alex Hammond’s cracking 2013 debut Blood Witness was shortlisted for a Ned Kelly Award for Best First Book. The Unbroken Line more than delivers on the promise of the first, a taut and intelligent thriller that poses big questions about legality, morality, privilege and justice without sacrificing pace or suspense. 427 more words

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WHY ARE YOU ON THE ROAD?

Yesterday I attended a six-hour crime writing workshop at the New South Wales Writers Centre with Barry Maitland, a Scottish born, Australian author of crime fiction. 185 more words

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A CONVERSATION WITH GINA

Sean. B. Fraser is the author of Betrayal and Deception, an action thriller about a case of identity theft and misplaced trust. To read more about Sean go to… 817 more words

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FUTURE LOOKS BLEAK FOR ASYLUM

‘She sighed. She had an eerie feeling about Callan Park, like a tingling sensation in her spine that made her think of a B-grade horror movie.

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Ask The Doctor...

When I was writing ‘Killing Sunday,’ I came across an interesting crime writer’s resource and filed it away for future reference.  When I was troubled by a particular crime scene I was planning to write,  I remembered ‘The Doctor’. 463 more words

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Post Script: Bad Seed - Alan Carter

Local police drama at its best.

Bad Seed

Alan Carter

Fremantle Press

ISBN: 9781925162257

 

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When wealthy property developer Francis Tan and his family are found slain in their mansion, Cato Kwong is forced to recall a personal history that makes his investigation doubly painful. 225 more words

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