Australian women’s crime (writing) spree shows no signs of abating. An astonishing 127 books are competing in Sisters in Crime’s 21st Davitt Awards for the best crime and mystery books – a record equal to 2019. Judging coordinator, Dr Philomena Horsley, couldn’t be more pleased, if somewhat daunted by the prospect of so much reading.
Sisters in Crime national co-convenor, Karina Kilmore, dug deep for this week’s Murder Mondays interview with J. P. Powell. (Click on the image below to go to the YouTube recording.) J. P. (otherwise known as Judy) lives in the Sunshine Coast hinterland and had a
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