Tag Archives: historical crime fiction

Creative Lives: Interview with Sulari Gentill

I had the great pleasure recently of interviewing award-winning Australian writer and my dear friend Sulari Gentill for the Creative Lives series. Creative Lives: The Interview Series is an initiative of the South Asian Diaspora International Researchers’ Network (SADIRN), a … Continue reading

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Review: Gentlemen Formerly Dressed

Sulari Gentill has produced another winning novel with Gentlemen Formerly Dressed, the latest instalment in the Rowland Sinclair series of historical crime fiction series set in the 1930s. With its witty, erudite plot and engaging cast of characters, Gentlemen Formerly Dressed … Continue reading

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Review: The Holiday Murders

The Holiday Murders by Robert Gott explores the fragile territory between prejudice and murderous hatred in a riveting crime novel that is both intelligent and terrifying. Shedding light on a nasty period in Australian history when right-wing elements — motivated by politics … Continue reading

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Review: Miles Off Course

When I tweeted recently that I was on the train to Melbourne from Ballan reading an advance copy of Sulari Gentill‘s new novel Miles Off Course, an Aussie crime fiction blogger promptly tweeted back ‘I am jealous enough to meet your … Continue reading

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