Gentill, Sulari

Crossing the Lines – Sulari Gentill

Pantera Press 2017 Reviewer: Robyn Walton   Synopsis When Madeleine d’Leon conjures Ned McGinnity as the hero in her latest crime novel, she makes him a serious writer simply because the irony of a protagonist who’d never lower himself to read the story in which he stars, amuses her. When Ned McGinnity creates Madeleine d’Leon,

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Give The Devil His Due by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2015 Review By: Ann Byrne Book Synopsis: “Give the Devil His Due”, the 7th novel in the Rowland Sinclair Mystery Series, begins with a piece of 1927 news from the Richmond River Express and the Casino Kyogle Advertise on the Moroubra Speedway. A concrete bowl race track that despite the banks being

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A Murder Unmentioned by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2014 No of Pages: 375 Review By: Sue Turnbull Book Synopsis: Sulari Gentill likes to tease, blithely slotting real people and events into a crime series set in the 1930s relating the fictional adventures of artist and gentleman of leisure, Rowland Sinclair. In the opening pages we are introduced to pioneer aviators, Charles

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Gentlemen Formerly Dressed by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantara Press Copyright Year: 2013 Review By: Sandra Nicholson Book Synopsis: This is the fifth book in the Rowland Sinclair series, eagerly awaited by me and yet again a book I found difficult to put down. I have followed Roland Sinclair and his friends, Edna, the sculptress, Milton, the poet and Clyde, another artist, since the

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Paving The New Road by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2012 ISBN: 9781921997075 Review By: Angela Savage Book Synopsis: The year is 1933 and Hitler’s Nazi government is consolidating its hold on power, imprisoning socialists, trade unionists and avante garde artists who work is considered ‘degenerate’. Public book burnings are held to purge the shelves of ‘un-German’ works by Marxists, pacifists, Jews and

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Miles Off Course by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2012 ISBN: 978-0-9870685-2-1 No of Pages: 368 Price: $29.99 Review By: Angela Savage and Karen Chisholm Book Synopsis: Review by Angela Savage When I tweeted recently that I was on the train to Melbourne from Ballan reading an advance copy of Sulari Gentill’s new novel Miles Off Course, an Aussie crime fiction blogger promptly

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A Decline In Prophets by Sulari Gentill

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2011 ISBN: 978-0-9807418-9-6 No of Pages: 368 Price: 29.99 Review By: Karen Chisholm Book Synopsis: Fans of Australian writing (not just crime fiction) if you’ve not caught up yet with Rowly Sinclair and his wanderings through 1930’s Sydney and beyond, where on earth have you been? A DECLINE IN PROPHETS is the second book in

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A Few Right Thinking Men by Sulari Gentill – 2011 Davitt Award Entry

Author: Sulari Gentill Publisher: Pantera Press Copyright Year: 2010 ISBN: 978-0-9807418-1-0 No of Pages: 349 Review By: Karen Chisholm Book Synopsis: Rowland Sinclair is an artist and a gentleman.  In Australia’s 1930’s, the Sinclair name is respectable and influential, yet Rowland has a talent for scandal. Even with thousands of unemployed lining the streets, Rowland’s sheltered world is one of exorbitant wealth,

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