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SHERLOCK HOLMES THE AUSTRALIAN CASEBOOK-EDITED BY CHRIS SEQUEIRA

A most enjoyable collection of Australian Sherlockian stories as edited and collected by Christopher Sequiera who is renowned internationally for his Holmes-related writings.

Sequiera’s published work includes poetry, prose, and comic-book scripts, including Pulse of Darkness, Rattlebone: The Pulp-Faced Detective and The Borderlander.
It is a selection from both established and emerging writers (better known names include Meg Keneally, Kerry Greenwood and Lucy Sussex).

Other writers include Kaaron Warren, , L.J.M. Owen, T.S.P. Sweeney, J. Scherpenhuizen, Will Schaefer, Robert Veld, Doug Elliott, Philip Cornell, Raymond Gates, Jason Franks, Narrelle M. Harris and Steve Cameron).

The writers imagine the famous detective duo in Australia in 1890, and visiting various locales in all the States and Territories from the outback desert, bush and city . It is not presented in chronological order per se. Continue reading SHERLOCK HOLMES THE AUSTRALIAN CASEBOOK-EDITED BY CHRIS SEQUEIRA

MEG AND TOM KENEALLY LAUNCH THEIR FIRST NOVEL ‘THE SOLDIER’S CURSE’ @ DYMOCKS SYDNEY

Above- A delighted Meg Keneally at the launch of THE SOLDIER'S CURSE. Featured- Proud father and daughter, Tom and Meg Keneally at the launch of their first novel. Photography by Ben Apfelbaum.
Above- A delighted Meg Keneally at the launch of THE SOLDIER’S CURSE. Featured- Proud father and daughter, Tom and Meg Keneally at the launch of their first novel. Photography by Ben Apfelbaum.

As part of Dymocks Sydney’s regular series of book launches, Meg and Tom Keneally attended Dymock’s prized city store this week for the launch of their first collaborative novel entitled THE SOLDIER’S CURSE.

In their promotional material Dymocks has cleverly described father and daughter as Australia’s newest super-sleuth duo. Continue reading MEG AND TOM KENEALLY LAUNCH THEIR FIRST NOVEL ‘THE SOLDIER’S CURSE’ @ DYMOCKS SYDNEY