women’s writing

Killer Women Festival: London

October 21st 2018 Browns Covent Garden Priority booking for Crime Club members On Sunday October 21st, 2018, we’re taking over the atmospheric and historic Courtrooms above Browns Restaurant in Covent Garden and packing them with events about crime novels, crime audio, crime television and true crime. There’ll be headline appearances from bestselling authors; we’ll be talking about

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The Mystery and HIstory Tour@Traralgon Library

L.J.M. Owen & Lindy Cameron, writers of rollicking archaeological mysteries, will be in conversation at Traralgon Library on  Sunday August 19, 3.30 pm. The Intermillennial Sleuth series by L.J.M. Owen series follows Dr Elizabeth Pimms, archaeologist and librarian, as she solves ancient crimes using 21st century techniques. With really cold cases and odern family secrets, this charming crime series focuses on forgotten women’s

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The Mystery and HIstory Tour@Hastings Library

L.J.M. Owen & Lindy Cameron, writers of rollicking archaeological mysteries, will be in conversation at Hastings Library on  Friday  August 17, 11 am. The Intermillennial Sleuth series by L.J.M. Owen series follows Dr Elizabeth Pimms, archaeologist and librarian, as she solves ancient crimes using 21st century techniques. With really cold cases and odern family secrets, this charming crime series focuses on

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The Mystery and History Tour with L.J.M. Owen & Lindy Cameron

L.J.M. Owen & Lindy Cameron, writers of rollicking archaeological mysteries, will be in conversation at the Prahran Mechanics Institute on Thursday August 16, 6pm. The Intermillennial Sleuth series by L.J.M. Owen series follows Dr Elizabeth Pimms, archaeologist and librarian, as she solves ancient crimes using 21st century techniques. With really cold cases and odern family secrets,

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Emma Viskic wins again at Sisters in Crime’s Davitt Awards for best crime books by Australian women

Melbourne author Emma Viskic won the Davitt (Best Adult Novel) for And Fire Came Down (Echo Publishing) at Sisters in Crime’s 18th Davitt Awards for best crime books by Australian women on Saturday night (11 August). It tops off a stunning award-winning run for Viskic, who won an unprecedented three Davitts and a Ned Kelly

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18th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women

Proudly supported by Swinburne University of Technology, Department of Media and Communication and the Danish Arts Foundation Frock up and join us for champagne and canapés as we present Sisters in Crime’s annual Davitt Awards with our international guest, Danish author Sissel Jo-Gazan. Harlequin Australia has kindly donated 100 proof copies  of Anna Snoekstra’s new

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Meet Scandi-crime author Sissel-Jo Gazan in conversation with P D Martin

Danish crime writer Sissel-Jo Gazan talks to P D Martin about her best-selling books and how Denmark is contributing to the Nordic Noir crime wave. Gazan is the author of seven novels including The Dinosaur Feather, and The Arc of the Swallow. She is currently working on a new novel that investigates the child abuse scandals in relation

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Bookings for the 18th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women now close 8.30pm Thursday 9 August

  Sisters in Crime – 18th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women – 6pm Saturday 11 August   Swinburne University of Technology The George Building, Level 2, 34 Wakefield Street, Hawthorn Proudly supported by Swinburne University of Technology, Department of Media and Communication and the Danish Arts Foundation  Frock up and join us for

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Frankston Library – Author talk with Danish crime writer, Sissel-Jo Gazan

Danish crime writer Sissel-Jo Gazan is a biology graduate from the University of Copenhagen and author of seven novels. The Dinosaur Feather, a scientific thriller was her breakthrough crime book and has been published in twelve countries. The Danish Broadcasting Corporation named it the Danish Novel of the Decade and Wall Street Journal listed it as

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Registrations open for Rotorua Noir: New Zealand’s first-ever crime festival

Seventy-five years ago Dame Ngaio Marsh crafted one of the Golden Age’s most startling deaths, with the victim lured to his end in a thermal mud pool. Next January, crime writers from several countries will be gathering near the crime scene on New Zealand’s volcanic plateau for Rotorua Noir, the inaugural New Zealand crime and thriller writing festival. Rotorua Noir will

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