Tag Archives: The Dying Beach
I was reminded at the launch party for The Dying Beach of the inherent paradox in book launch parties: you invite all the people you love most in the world to come together in the same place at the same time, then spend … Continue reading →
At the 2012 Crime and Justice Festival in Melbourne, Rochelle Jackson asked Scottish crime writer Ian Rankin what his detective character Inspector John Rebus would think of him. ‘I don’t think he’d like me,’ Rankin said. ‘He’d think I was … Continue reading →
The Dying Beach, the third novel in my Jayne Keeney PI series, is released today 1 July 2013. The book follows on from Behind the Night Bazaar (2006) and The Half-Child (2010) and is set in April 1997 in the … Continue reading →
It’s only one week until the third novel in the Jayne Keeney PI series, The Dying Beach, is released. That’s just enough time to read the first two novels in the series, Behind the Night Bazaar and The Half-Child. To … Continue reading →
…until The Dying Beach is released on 1 July 2013. Meanwhile, here’s the catalogue entry from Text Publishing to whet your appetite.
I am excited to announce that the release date for my new novel The Dying Beach has been brought forward to 26 June 2013. In preparation, the fabulous team at Text Publishing are re-packaging the digital editions of the previous two Jayne … Continue reading →
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 →