Tag Archives: Annie Hauxwell

Scarlet Stiletto Awards 2015

I was thrilled to learn that TJ (Trish) Hamilton, whom I met at GenreCon in Brisbane last month, last night took home the coveted Scarlet Stiletto trophy. Below is the press release from Sisters in Crime Australia. T.J. Hamilton, a cop-turned-crime … Continue reading

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Nordic noir lovers: I need your help

OK, here’s the post where I admit to having read very little contemporary Scandinavian crime fiction — or so-called Nordic noir. While I like to travel to places that are warmer than the one I leave behind, it doesn’t follow … Continue reading

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Top 10 Crime Reads 2014

I was asked recently by the team at Radio National Books and Arts Daily to do a wrap-up of my Top 5 favourite crime reads for 2014. I’m sure I’m not the only author or reader for whom this is … Continue reading

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Davitt Awards 2014 shortlist

Sisters in Crime Australia yesterday announced its shortlist for its 14th Davitt Awards for the best crime books by Australian women, and I was thrilled to learn that The Dying Beach made this year’s shortlist for Best Adult Novel. It’s the first time a novel of … Continue reading

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Death in July wrap up

I’m still on a high following Death in July. That sounds so wrong, but it feels so right. This inaugural festival to celebrate Australian women’s crime fiction in Ballarat, a collaboration between Sisters in Crime and Ballarat Writers was by all … Continue reading

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Review: A Morbid Habit

A Morbid Habit is the third novel in Annie Hauxwell’s Catherine Berlin series and to my mind, it’s her best yet. Set mostly in Russia, A Morbid Habit is as bleak and dark as a Moscow winter. The plot is satisfyingly complex, the suspense … Continue reading

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Bendigo bound

I’m thrilled to be a guest at this year’s Bendigo Writers Festival on Sat 10-Sun 11 August 2013. I have so much to look forward to, from participating on panels with some amazing authors, and attending sessions to listen other amazing … Continue reading

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