Tag Archives: The Half-Child

Everyone’s a winner, bargains galore*

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

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Cover me*

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

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Cambodian orphanage raid hits close to home

The Sunday Age today ran an article today about a raid on an orphanage in Cambodia called Love in Action (LIA), run by 71-year-old Australian woman Ruth Golder. According to journalist Lindsay Murdoch, LIA was raided by 17 Cambodian government officials, police … Continue reading

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Whitney and I

Only last night I was talking about Whitney Houston, reliving the memory of discovering karaoke on a study tour to the Philippines in 1989, when the sad news came through today of her untimely death at the age of 48. … Continue reading

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Jump cuts

I’m excited to announce that my short story ‘The Teardrop Tattoos’, has been shortlisted for the 2011 Sisters in Crime Scarlet Stiletto Awards. The story is a change of pace for me. Unlike my novels, which are set in Thailand, … Continue reading

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Ned Kelly Awards 2011 Shortlist

I am thrilled to announce The Half-Child has made a shortlist of three for Best Fiction in this year’s Ned Kelly Awards. The Half-Child is in good company: I recently read Bereft, by Chris Womersley and I’m rapt to have my book … Continue reading

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On a high note

My tumultuous year is ending on a high note, with The Half-Child making lists of best crime reads for 2010 in the Sydney Sun-Herald (‘Footnotes’), the Adelaide Advertiser (‘The best words between the covers’). It is high praise indeed to … Continue reading

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