Sue Ingleton

Sisters @Mornington Peninsula & Frankston Writers and Book Festival

Catch up with various Sisters in Crime at the Mornington Peninsula & Frankston Writers and Book Festival: Saturday 19- Sunday 20 October   SATURDAY 19 OCTOBER  12.15pm – Sue Ingleton & Cheryl Adam/ MP crime writer talks 3.15pm – Andrea McCall – A tribute to Dame Agatha Christie SUNDAY 20 OCTOBER  10:30am -12:30pm: Workshop with

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How writing changed these authors’ lives

Sisters in Crime held a fascinating and often hilarious event in Melbourne on 14 June  – Doctors, Danger and Death where three debut crime writers, Susan Hurley, L M Ardor Sue Ingleton, talked to Maggie Baron about the blood-tingling scenarios and scenes of the crime offered by the worlds of science and medicine. We asked

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Open invitation – launch of Making Trouble (Tongued with Fire): An Imagined History of Harriet Elphinstone Dick and Alice C. Moon 

Making Trouble (Tongued with Fire): An Imagined History of Harriet Elphinstone Dick and Alice C. Moon by Sue Ingleton will be launched by playwright Joanna Murray-Smith Thursday, 20 June. Please join us at Readings Carlton, 309 Lygon Street, Carlton at 6.00pm for 6.30pm launch. For more information on this free event and to RSVP please

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Doctors, danger and death: new medical thrillers

Authors Susan Hurley, Sue Ingleton and L M Ardor talk to Maggie Baron, former forensic scientist and inaugural President of Sisters in Crime, about the blood-tingling scenarios and scenes of crime they have encountered in the divergent worlds of science and medicine.   Susan Hurley has drawn on her thirty years in medical research and the pharmaceutical

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