Tag Archives: Phryne Fisher

Turning women to crime

This article first appeared in artsHub, Thursday 14 Nov 2013. Photos are the author’s own. Twenty years ago the Scarlet Stilettos changed crime writing from a gritty macho genre to a sexy stage for women writers. Red shoes, according to the … Continue reading

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Review: Unnatural Habits

Explaining his reason for wrapping up the Kenzie-Gennaro series, Dennis Lehane allegedly says, “Have you every heard anyone say ‘The seventeenth book in the series was my favorite’?” Perhaps Mr Lehane lacks Ms Greenwood’s chutzpah as I’m here to say Unnatural Habits, … Continue reading

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The Book Show

I had the great pleasure this morning of appearing on The Book Show on Radio National with my sister in crime Kerry Greenwood to talk about women’s crime writing and plug SheKilda. Kerry and I had the studio to ourselves … Continue reading

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2 of us

The Age newspaper’s Good Weekend magazine of 26 July 2008 featured Melbourne author of the Phryne Fisher and Corinna Chapman mysteries Kerry Greenwood and her partner David Greagg in their ‘2 of us’ column. Kerry briefly introduced David when we … Continue reading

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