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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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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Murder Monday – Sarah Vaughan

UK author Sarah Vaughan talks about her stellar career with Sisters in Crime member and author, Karina Kilmore. A series based on her third novel, Anatomy of Scandal, starts streaming on Netflix on 15 April. Her fourth novel, Little Disasters, is currently being adapted for TV and her latest novel, Reputation, is being optioned.

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Murder Monday: Sara Foster

With the publication of The Hush (HarperCollins Australia) in October 2021, Perth-based author, Sara Foster, has notched up six psychological thrillers. She talked about her career and the craft of writing with Karina Kilmore for November’s Murder Monday.

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Murder Monday: Louise Candlish

Best-selling UK author, Louise Candlish, spoke from London about her brilliant career and the craft of writing to Karina Kilmore for September’s Murder Monday. Her latest book, The Heights, just out with Simon & Schuster, is a story of revenge, obsession, and vertigo.

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Murder Monday: Meshel Laurie

Meshel Laurie is more often found interviewing people for radio, television, crime podcasts or entertaining them on stage. The roles are reversed for this episode of Murder Monday, where Sisters in Crime convenor Karina Kilmore asks Meshel the hard questions.

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