Tag Archives: Detective Inspector Nick Rimis

Where do ideas come from? And who killed Dr Bogle and Mrs Chandler?

  Often it’s hard to get a writing project started. It’s also difficult to find the time to write, to think outside the box and to bring your writing to a place it’s never been before. As I swelter in … 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, ┬áso 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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Demise of the fictional victim

As a crime writer, my imagination runs wild when I consider the means by which my fictional victims will face their demise. Perhaps it will be by starvation, hand-to hand combat or by lethal injection. Will it be a slow … Continue reading

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