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Gunshine State

Written by Andrew Nette — “Beautiful one day, perfect the next.” That’s how Queensland, Australia’s advertising campaign Sunshine State describes the weather in the country’s second largest state. The beaches and pristine waters from Coolangatta in the south to Cape York in the far north attract…
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For the birds?

On the Radar — The release to look out for this week is the latest Scandinavian crime novel from Norway, The Bird Tribunal. We lead with that but if it’s not to your taste we’ve got a Scottish lawyers, Chinese detectives, a heist in Australia…
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Look who's writing for us XII

A black bird approaches. It must be an omen! A sign! A sign that Crime Fiction Lover is about to get even better. Yes, folks, today we’re announcing a new recruit to our team. Say hello to Raven, a fellow lover of crime fiction, who’s…
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Lee

Edited by Crime Factory Publications – In the annals of movie tough guys, few stand equal with Lee Marvin. Winner of an Oscar in 1965 for Cat Ballou, a comedic western, Marvin was a more versatile actor than most remember. But it’s a good thing for…
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Interview: Andrew Nette

This month saw the release of Melbourne-based author Andrew Nette’s debut novel, Ghost Money, a driving work of modern noir set against a background of political upheaval and rampant gangsterism in 90s Cambodia. Andrew has been our Australia correspondent for a while now, writing on…
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Ghost Money

Written by Andrew Nette — Ghost Money is the debut novel of Australian writer Andrew Nette, set in his one-time stomping ground Cambodia during the dying days of the Khmer Rouge. The country has been ravaged by decades of conflict, it’s fractured and politically unstable,…
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Look who's writing for us III

Having recruited talented book reviewers in the UK, Canada and the United States, in a territorial swoop reminiscent of the board game Risk, we can now announce our first southern hemisphere contributor. We’re pleased to welcome Andrew Nette – based in Australia – to the…
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