Tag Archives: YA Erskine

Review: The Betrayal

I can imagine YA Erskine’s second novel The Betrayal becoming one for the water cooler. It has the potential to polarise readers, some seeing the betrayal of the title as one cop’s betrayal of her colleagues by bringing rape charges … Continue reading

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SheKilda all right

A couple of things struck me–fortunately neither a blunt object nor a stiletto–at the SheKilda Australian Women’s Crime Convention in Melbourne last weekend. So many women, including distinguished and established writers, talked about their fears and doubts when it came … Continue reading

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