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I’m on the Gold Coast at the moment. A week ago I left Sydney and headed north with the aim of finishing the novel I’ve been working on for the past 18 months. I was also hoping for warmer weather, … Continue reading

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Sean. B. Fraser is the author of Betrayal and Deception, an action thriller about a case of identity theft and misplaced trust. To read more about Sean go to seanbfraser.com Sean took the time out of his busy writing schedule to … Continue reading

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A Sisters in Crime survey in 2010 found 68 per cent of thriller/mystery/crime readers were women. Another study from the same year discovered female fiction fans read thriller/crime novels at a higher rate than men (57 per cent to 39 … Continue reading

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To Describe or Not to Describe, that is the Question

The location for my crime novels is very important to me,  so too, the description of the crime scene because it is here the truth about the murder is played out. Sydney is also where my fictional characters live. Jill … Continue reading

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My Life of Crime

‘Write what you know.’ I’ve heard this writing tip brandied around the workshops and courses I’ve attended since I first began my writing journey. I am a crime writer but I am a law-abiding citizen, an all round good girl.  So … Continue reading

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