Travels in the Top End with Annie Seaton

I’m delighted to welcome Annie Seaton to the blog today to talk about the research for her new release, KAKADU SUNSET. I loved the story, particularly the evocative sense of place. It’s so real! To celebrate the release we’re giving away a copy of KAKADU SUNSET to one lucky commentor (Australian readers only). Share the Continue reading


Silent Fear

Silent Fear is another page turner from Katherine Howell. ¬†Detective Ella Marconi is back at work unravelling a complex crime involving brothels, drugs, and murder. ¬†Holly, a paramedic, provides the other point of view for the story. It’s a good contrast between the conflicted paramedic and the dedicated detective. As usual the cast of characters Continue reading


Let the Dead Lie

Yesterday was a reserve day and I was looking forward to a relaxing Saturday. My best laid plans unfortunately fell in a heap as work needed me to fly a Port Moresby return. I fantasised all the way there and back again about curling up for an afternoon nap. Instead, GW made me a double Continue reading