Fabulous supporting females

Like many of us, Sydney author, Natalie Conyer,  has been watching a lot of TV crime during the pandemic and it has prompted her to reflect on the wonderful women appearing in supporting roles. _________________________________________________________________ When it comes to women in TV crime, we’re spoilt for choice. From Vera to Veronica Mars, female leads shine. …

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Thrills from North America: Q&A with Robyn Harding

Canadian writer, Robyn Harding, explores her psychological thrillers with Robyn Walton, Sisters in Crime’s Vice President. Hello and welcome to a fellow Robyn. I’m hoping our chat will introduce you and your four psychological thrillers to Australian crime fiction fans who haven’t encountered you before now. Thank you so much for having me here! First, …

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Val McDermid to present 20th Davitt Awards

Proudly supported by Swinburne University of Technology, Department of Media and Communication   Sisters in Crime Australia is thrilled that Val McDermid, Tartan Noir Queen and long-time Sisters friend, will present its 20th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women and published in 2019. In a special online ceremony, Val will announce …

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Malla Nunn: award-winning writer and filmmaker

Malla Nunn is the honoured guest for this week’s Murder Monday. National co-convenor, Karina Kilmore, put Malla through her paces. (Click on the image below to go to the YouTube recording.)                    Malla has an exotic background. Born and raised in Swaziland, Malla attended a boarding school …

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Readings book launch: The Survivors by Jane Harper

Join Readings’ online launch of the highly anticipated new novel, The Survivors, from Jane Harper by fellow crime writer and Sisters in Crime convenor, Karina Kilmore. The Survivors tells the story of how Kieran Elliott’s life changed forever on the day a reckless mistake led to devastating consequences. Years later, a visit to his hometown …

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Vale Goldie Alexander

St Kilda author, Goldie Alexander, died of cancer this week at the age of 84. Goldie’s first four books were YA novels for Dolly, published under the pseudonym of Gerri Lapin. After that, she wrote more than 90 books, plus many short stories and articles – and garnered an impressive number of awards. Goldie, who …

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BAD: Megan Goldin live online with Sue Turnbull

Join BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival to hear rising star Megan Goldin, author of The Girl in Keller’s Way and The Escape Room (“unforgettable” according to Harlan Coben) talk about her brand new third thriller The Night Swim, with crime reviewer par excellence (& Sisters in Crime ambassador) Sue Turnbull. Book your free ticket to receive an invitation link to watch …

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