BAD: Gentill Sulari
BAD: Gentill Sulari

Sulari Gentill

Winner of the 2019 Ned Kelly Award for best crime fiction for Crossing the lines, Sulari Gentill is the best selling author of the Rowland Sinclair mysteries set in 1930s Australia featuring a gentleman-artist who is also an amateur detective. The 1st 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 9th book in the series All the Tears in China was published in January 2019. 


APPEARING AT: My favourite fictional detective

WITH: Candice Fox, Laurie Oakes and Kate Evans (facilitator)

DATE: Sunday 8 September

TIME: 12.30-11.25

VENUE: Metcalfe Auditorium


APPEARING AT:  History mysteries

WITH: Peter Doyle, Robert Gott and Rachel Franks (facilitator)

DATE: Sunday 8 September

TIME: 11.15- 12.10

VENUE: Macquarie Room

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