More than surviving: Q&A with Jane Harper

Sisters in Crime’s Vice-President, Robyn Walton, talks to best-selling author, Jane Harper, about her latest novel, The Survivors (Pan Macmillan). Welcome to our website Q&A, Jane, and congratulations on the publication of your fourth novel. Before we discuss The Survivors, can you update us about the film of your debut novel, The Dry? I’m delighted …

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Meg Mundell with 2020 Davitt Award

20th Davitt Awards – what The Sunday Age said

There’s a plague about and it’s making crime pay by Jason Steger, Books Editor, The Age and Sydney Morning Herald. In 1852 an outbreak of typhus on the Ticonderoga as it sailed from Britain to Melbourne killed 100 people and led to the establishment of the Point Nepean quarantine station at the head of the …

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Kerry Greenwood: award-winning author, barrister, baker

Sisters in Crime is totally delighted that Kerry Greenwood is the guest of honour for this week’s Murder Mondays interview with national co-convenor, Karina Kilmore. Kerry was a founding member of Sisters in Crime and took part in the debate which launched our organisation in 1991. Kerry has won four Davitt Awards and she is …

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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 the …

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INTERNATIONAL BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival

BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival Goes International Don’t miss the world’s best crime writers in BAD’s virtual 4-day crime fest; Thursday 10-Sunday 13 September. Hear from top crime writers like Ann Cleeves, Kathy Reichs, Karin Slaughter, Camilla Lackberg,  Nikki French, Jo Nesbø,  Don Winslow and more in a crime extravaganza.  SESSIONS $10 FESTIVAL PASS $50 TICKETS …

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Queensland Chapter event with author, J P Powell

The Queensland Chapter of Sisters in Crime will be joined online by author J P Powell for its September meeting: 7pm Wednesday 2 September. Judy’s debut novel, The Brisbane Line, is set in Brisbane during World War II: As WWII ravages the world and the Japanese Empire has set its sights on Australia, the Americans …

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