Natalie Conyer

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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Postponed: Natalie Conyer in conversation with Catherine du Peloux Menagé@Mosman Library (Sydney)

Sydney Sister in Crime, Natalie Conyer, will be in conversation with Catherine du Peloux Menagé, the secretary of the new NSW Chapter, about her debut thriller,  Present Tense (Clan Destine Press): 10.30 am-11.30 am, Friday 8 May –  Mosman Library, Barry O’Keefe Library, Library Walk, 604 Military Road, Mosman Present Tense is a riveting hard-boiled police

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Soon online – Deadly, dangerous, dazzling: the allure of South African crime fiction

You can’t see Natalie Conyer, LA Larkin and Malla Nunn in the flesh but you can meet them on YouTube on Saturday 25 April.  Details will also be sent to members and supporters via the e-newsletter, A Stab in the Dark, on Sunday 26 April. Deadly, dangerous, dazzling: the Allure of South African Crime, originally

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ZOOM, ZOOM! Watch “Flawed Heroes” online

        Thanks to the miracles of modern technology, you can now watch Sisters in Crime’s panel discussion, Flawed Heroes, originally scheduled as a live event for Friday 3 April in Melbourne, on Sisters in Crime’s brand-new YouTube channel. For 45 minutes, authors Emma Viskic, Karina Kilmore and Natalie Conyer talked to Jacqui

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“Flawed Heroes” goes online

Sisters in Crime’s panel discussion event, Flawed Heroes, originally scheduled as a live show for 8pm Friday 3 April at South Melbourne’s Rising Sun Hotel, will now be Zoomed to the world. Authors Emma Viskic, Karina Kilmore and Natalie Conyer will talk to Jacqui Horwood about the flawed heroes of their crime novels as they

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POSTPONED: Deadly Worlds

L.A. Larkin & Natalie Conyer Double Book Launch at Readings St Kilda Sisters in Crime Australia, Clan Destine Press, and Readings announce a double-book event featuring two awesome crime/thriller writers – and their brand new books. Prey by L.A. Larkin and Present Tense by Natalie Conyer are both set in South Africa, and will take

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Events in the time of coronavirus

Sisters in Crime hopes its members and supporters (and everyone else) are all staying safe and healthy in these challenging times. Our live events have been suspended for now but at least some will be going online – which means that anyone, anywhere in the world and at any time can enjoy hearing what authors,

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POSTPONED TIL AUGUST: Natalie Conyer talks to the Jessie Street National Women’s Library, Sydney

When South Africa moved from Apartheid to majority rule, locally produced crime fiction became extremely popular. Why was this? What does crime fiction have to say about the new South Africa, and how does it deal with real-life crime there? Sydney Sister in Crime Natalie Conyer will talk about why she chose to write about

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“Flawed Heroes” goes online

Sisters in Crime’s panel discussion event, Flawed Heroes, originally scheduled as a live show for 8pm Friday 3 April at South Melbourne’s Rising Sun Hotel, will now be Zoomed to the world. Authors Emma Viskic, Karina Kilmore and Natalie Conyer will talk to Jacqui Horwood about the flawed heroes of their crime novels as they grapple with an equally flawed world. We’ll

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Deadly Worlds

L.A. Larkin & Natalie Conyer Double Book Launch at Readings St Kilda   Sisters in Crime Australia, Clan Destine Press, and Readings announce a double-book event featuring two awesome crime/thriller writers – and their brand new books. Prey by L.A. Larkin and Present Tense by Natalie Conyer are both set in South Africa, and will

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