Tag Archives: David Whish-Wilson

Crime Scenes review

The following review appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on Sat 14 May 2016 under the heading, Crime Scenes review: A collection of gems from criminally good writers. ED., ZANE LOVITT SPINELESS WONDERS, $27.99 Crime Scenes is … Continue reading

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Crime Scenes: a new anthology of short Oz crime fiction

After diligently blogging my way through Thailand between December 2015 and the start of the year, it’s taken nearly a month after returning home to catch my breath for long enough to post again. My excuse, if you need one, … Continue reading

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Strange Territory

Guest author on the blog today is David Honeybone, founder of the original Crime Factory magazine, with a terrific write up on the Melbourne Writers Festival panel ‘Strange Territory’. As Melbourne wins most livable city award again (how we laughed) … Continue reading

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Festival: Melbourne Writers Festival 2014

I am delighted to be chairing three crime panels at this year’s Melbourne Writers Festivals and, frankly, it’s an embarrassment of riches. I get to interview David Whish-Wilson and Adrian McKinty and Welsh author John Williams all on the same panel. Then a week … Continue reading

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My year of reading 2013

I was asked for a three-book ‘best of’ list and summer reading list for a feature  in The Melbourne Review, with the stipulation that all books had to be released in 2013. (Quite by chance, the three were laid out … Continue reading

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Review: Zero at the Bone

Heat, grit and the scent of blood rise from the pages of David Whish-Wilson’s latest novel Zero at the Bone. In this dark, convincing tale of greed and corruption in 1979 Western Australia, Whish-Wilson manages to combine the pace of a … Continue reading

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The Next Big Thing

I’ve been tagged by Australian crime writer David Whish-Wilson to take part in the Next Big Thing meme that’s making the rounds among writers — a great way to find out what some of my favourite writers are up to and … Continue reading

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