Tag Archives: Gabrielle Lord

Crime Fest debrief

At the risk of writing a sentence that sounds all wrong, it was a pleasure and a privilege to be part of #CrimeFest in Adelaide last weekend. I enjoyed the whole event from start to finish: the wonderful hospitality of … Continue reading

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Crime Fest, Adelaide

This weekend will see both me and my partner in crime/life Andrew Nette in Adelaide for SA Writers Centre Inc‘s inaugural Crime Fest. We’re part of a great weekend program. Saturday 27 June consists of panels, followed by a Murder … Continue reading

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Review: The Woman Before Me

Most thrillers are the literary equivalent of fast food for me, gratifying, quickly devoured and soon forgotten. The Woman Before Me is far more satisfying, combining the tension of the best thrillers with credible characters who linger long after this heartbreaking story … Continue reading

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Accounting for taste

At the risk of never eating lunch in this town again or at least not making invitation lists for future Davitt Awards and Stella Prize, I’m going to weigh into the debate about gender bias in Australian crime writing awards recently … Continue reading

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Crime & Justice Festival de-brief

I had a great time as a presenter and participant at last weekend’s inaugural Reader’s Feast Crime and Justice Festival at the old Abbotsford Convent. A First Offence: The first panel I participated in was at 10am on a chilly … Continue reading

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