Natalie Conyer

Natalie Conyer was born and grew up in Cape Town, South Africa where her debut crime novel, Present Tense, is set,  but now lives in Sydney. A

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Andy Muir

Award nominated screenwriter and researcher for the hugely successful Underbelly franchise, Andy Muir’s debut crime fiction Something for

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Kate McClymont:

Over her years in journalism, leading investigative journalist with the Sydney Morning Herald, Kate McClymont has exposed corruption and cronyism

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Lyndal Gowland

Lyndal Gowland is Principal Solicitor at Gowland Legal and a passionate advocate for social justice, law reform and the end of domestic violence,

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Greg Woodland

Greg Woodland is an author, screenwriter and director. Since 2000 he’s worked as a freelance script editor and consultant for film funding bodies

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Xanthé Mallett

Dr Xanthé Mallett is a forensic anthropologist and criminologist, author and television presenter who works with police forces across Australia

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Tom Keneally

Thomas Keneally published his first novel in 1964, and has since written a considerable number of novels and non-fiction works, including The

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Tim Watson-Munro

Tim Watson-Munro is Australia’s best-known forensic psychologist, specializing in expert testimony for the defence. His clients have included

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Tim Ayliffe

Tim Ayliffe has been a journalist for almost twenty years and is the Managing Editor of Television and Video for ABC News. He has also worked as

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