Nordic Noir gets a red-hot reception

A huge crowd packed the Rising Sun Hotel on 30 June for Sisters in Crime’s Nordic Noir event which was totally booked out. It seems that we just can’t get enough of authors such as Anne Holt, Yrsa Sigurdardottir, Mari Jungstedt, Karin Alvtegen, Camilla Läckberg, Åsa Larsson, Liza Marklund, Agnes Ravatn, Kati Hiekkapelto, and Karin …

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Open invitation: Launch of No Limits by Ellie Marney

All welcome to the launch of Ellie Marney’s No Limits – New #LoveOzYA romantic crime from the author of the award-winning Every series… 6.30pm Friday 18 August, Dymocks, Lower Ground, 234 Collins Street, Melbourne  Boozer, brawler, ladies’ man – nineteen-year-old Harris Derwent is not a good guy. Injured and unemployed, he’s about to find out what …

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Open invitation: Book launch: Crossing the Lines by Sulari Gentill

All welcome to the launch: Thursday 3 August,  6:00pm at Readings Hawthorn — 701 Glenferrie Rd. ‘Brother-in-law” Robert Gott is doing the honours. Sulari Gentill is renowned for her critically acclaimed Rowland Sinclair Mysteries. Her new novel, Crossing the Lines, has been described by crime writer Jeffrey Deaver as a ‘tour de force’. This deeply intimate portrayal of …

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Immersion into the murky waters of crime: Q&A with Sarah Bailey

Sarah Bailey talked to Robyn Walton, national co-convenor of Sisters in Crime Australia, about her debut novel The Dark Lake (Allen & Unwin, Sydney, 2017)  Hello Sarah and congratulations on the very positive reviews you’ve been receiving. Your debut novel is being likened to Jane Harper’s successful first novel, The Dry. How are you feeling? …

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Beers, burgers, books & blues@Merimbula

Launch of the latest novel by bestselling Australian crime writer Melissa Pouliot, Found, plus much much more.   Inspired by the real life disappearance of the author’s cousin Ursula Barwick 30 years ago, Found picks up the story of teenage runaway Annabelle Brown, who we first meet in Pouliot’s international #1 bestseller Write About Me. In 1988, Annabelle vanishes in the rugged …

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Book Launch – Found by Melissa Pouliot

“THE CASE IS COLD. ALL HOPE IS LOST. SUDDENLY, THE FUTURE COLLIDES WITH THE PAST.” Join us as the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre launches the latest novel by bestselling Australian crime writer Melissa Pouliot, Found. Inspired by the real life disappearance of the author’s cousin Ursula Barwick 30 years ago, Foundpicks up the story of teenage runaway …

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Book Bites with Lesley Truffle@Croydon Library

London-born Australian Lesley Truffle has traveled extensively and worked in London and Japan. At present she’s living in a garret in Melbourne. She’s worked as a secondary teacher, photographer, hotel maid, fringe actor and in art galleries, bars, nightclubs and other jobs too ghastly to mention. While exhibiting her art photography in Melbourne galleries Lesley …

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Invitation to launch of Too Easy by J. M. Green

Scribe Publications takes great pleasure in inviting members and supporters of Sisters in Crime Australia to the launch of Too Easy, the second Stella Hardy novel by Sisters in Crime member,  J. M. Green. by Peter Doyle, two-time Ned Kelly winning author of Get Rich Quick and Amaze Your Friends Click here to read J. …

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