Category Archives: Angela Savage

My year in books: David Whish-Wilson

The next guest in the ‘my year in books’ series is Perth-based crime writer David Whish-Wilson. David’s Zero At the Bone (the sequel to his 2010 book, Line of Sight) was one of my favourite crime reads of 2013. I reviewed the … Continue reading

My year in books: Angela Savage

Next up on the ‘my year in books’ series running on this site over December, is crime writer (and my long time partner) Angela Savage. Angela is the author of three highly acclaimed crime novels based in Thailand and featuring … Continue reading

Book review: The Dying Beach

There’s two things I love having on this site – special guests and crime fiction set in Asia. Today’s post has both.  Crime writer Robert Gott was kind enough to drop by and review my partner Angela Savage’s wonderful new … Continue reading

Crime Factory issue 13 is out

A heads up that issue 13 of Crime Factory is out (with cover design by the one and only Eric Beetner, who also did the cover for my novel, Ghost Money) In this issue I talk to Dwayne Epstein, author … Continue reading

Hard labour at Melbourne’s Crime and Justice Festival

The Reader’s Feast Crime and Justice Festival returns to Melbourne this weekend. The event will be headlined by Scottish crime writer Ian Rankin and there’ll be a number of other interesting crime writers speaking. On Sunday at 4pm, I’ll be chairing a panel, … Continue reading