Sulari Gentill initially studied astrophysics before becoming a corporate lawyer, but has since become a writer. Winner of the 2019 Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Fiction for Crossing the Lines, Sulari is the bestselling author of the Rowland Sinclair mysteries set in 1930s Australia featuring a gentleman-artist who is also an amateur detective. The first in the series A Few Right Thinking Men was shortlisted for Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Best First Book. A Decline in Prophets won the Davitt Award for Best Adult Crime Fiction. The tenth book in the series Shanghai Secrets was published in January 2021.
APPEARING AT: Crime fiction as the literature of resistance
WITH: Mark Brandi, Robert Gott and Kate Evans (facilitator)
DATE: Friday 3 December
TIME: 12.00 -1.00
VENUE: Metcalfe auditorium
APPEARING AT: The Great Debate: To kill the dog or not, that is the question.
WITH: Sue Turnbull, Jean Kittson, Robert Gott and Richard Glover (referee)
DATE: Sunday 5 December
TIME: 3.30 -1 4.30
VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium