Murder Monday: Kylie Kaden

Brisbane author, Kylie Kayden, started off writing romantic suspense but has increasingly turned to the dark side with two domestic noir thrillers, The Day the Lies Began, which came out in August 2019, and now One of Us, out with Pantera Press this month. She talked about the transition with author Karina Kilmore for Sisters in Crime’s May Murder Monday.

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Sisters 30th: We had the crime of our lives

Sisters in Crime celebrated its 30th birthday at the magnificent new Victorian Pride Centre in Fitzroy Street, St Kilda on Saturday (23 April). The building resounded with the voices of nearly a hundred Sisters in Crime and Brothers-in-Law belting out the chorus of “Sisters are writin’ it for themselves”.

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Lynda La Plante: Live online

Lynda La Plante made television history in 1991 when she created Prime Suspect, starring Helen Mirren as DCI Jane Tennison. She is now the author of over forty novels, all of which have been bestsellers. Lynda will be talking about her stellar career and her latest book, Vanished, with Sisters in Crime’s Jacqui Horwood. The …

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Murder Monday – Aoife Clifford

The latest Murder Monday features Aoife Clifford who now has three crime novels under her belt but cut her teeth on short stories. Aoife’s very first crime short story won Sisters in Crime’s Scarlet Stiletto Award in 2007. She then became a serial offender, taking out another six category awards in the next six years.

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