Megan Goldin

Dive deep into watery graves

Authors Megan Goldin and Shona Husk talk with Robyn Walton, Sisters in Crime’s Vice-President, about the watery graves which feature in their novels and why it can be so hard to prove a murder has occurred if it has, and how it can be even harder to solve. (Click on the image below to view.)

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Watery graves

Dead bodies often end up in the ocean, the river, a lake or even the backyard pool. Some are accidental drownings, but others are the result of murder, which is often difficult to prove. Evidence, including bodies, can be washed away so collecting forensics can be very difficult. Homicide by drowning – the result of

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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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Killing it – Australia’s deadliest female writers

The Sunday Age and Sydney Morning Herald published a feature  by Thuy On on Sisters in Crime, Australian women’s crime writing and the Scarlet Stiletto Awards in M Magazine (18 November). Pictured is Sally Browne and scarlet stilettos in 2009. The body of evidence is mounting and the verdict is conclusive: Australian women writers are deadly. For

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Delusion and deception writ large

On 7 September, Megan Goldin, Susi Fox and Pip Drysdale talked to Janice Simpson at Sisters in Crime in Melbourne about deception and delusion, revenge and retribution, and how Sun Tzu’s The Art of War helps if you’re hellbent on making him pay. The debate on this topic was in turns serious and hilarious. Who

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Extreme situations elicit unusual crimes

  First 25 to book get a free (proof) copy of  Anna Snoekstra’s new book, The Spite Game,  kindly donated by Harlequin Australia. Megan Goldin, Susi Fox and Pip Drysdale talk to Janice Simpson about deception and delusion, revenge and retribution, and how Sun Tzu’s The Art of War helps if you’re hellbent on making him pay. Megan

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Corporate greed meets the locked room mystery: Q & A with Megan Goldin

Robyn Walton, Sisters in Crime’s Vice-President, spoke to Megan about her new thriller, The Escape Room (Michael Joseph, 2018). You can catch Megan on a Sisters in  Crime panel on Friday 7 August, 8pm at South Melbourne’s Rising Sun Hotel. Click here for details and bookings.   Megan, we first met when you spoke to a

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Sisters@BAD: Sydney Crime Writers Festival

BAD is back and bigger than ever!!  Weekend of 1- 2 September, Opening night Friday 31 August 2018 with a nuner of Sisters in Crime including Sue Turnbull, Candice Fox, Anna Snoekstra,  Megan Goldin Justice & Police Museum Due to popular demand, BAD Sydney is back for a second year running with an exciting program. Click

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A killer setting for a psychological thriller

Megan Goldin   It’s remarkable that few thrillers are set in an office given the endless potential for intrigue and conflict in many, perhaps most, workplaces. Back-stabbing colleagues, behind-the-scenes machinations, office politics and a Darwinian fight for survival; there are few offices that don’t have an element of at least some of these characteristics. When

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Dervla McTiernan, Sisters in Crime and the new golden age of crime writing

Sisters in Crime gets big coverage in Fairfax Media today (12 February). It’s all thanks to a full-page article by Linda Morris about Dervla McTiernan whose debut novel, The Ruin, is out in April. Dervla credits being shortlisted in the 2015 Scarlet Stiletto Awards with giving her enough confidence to go through five drafts of

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