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Today I submitted my second crime novel, The Glasgow Smile to Highspot Literary Agency and they will start to pitch it to Publishers. FIngers crossed someone picks it up.
I feel I have just lost my best friend, as DI Robbie Gray and I have worked so hard to solve a murder.
When the body of a middle aged woman is found kneeling in a hidden recess in one of Melbourne’s vibrant inner city laneways, no one can understand how someone so ordinary person could be murdered. DI Robbie Gray, burdened with professional grief and personal demons, along with her indigenous officer Mac, are tasked to investigate the death. The story is set against a background of civil unrest, rising white supremacy, a resource poor police service and a family desperate to hide secrets. The more they dig, the more confusing the case becomes and as they struggle to find motive, and when the personal and political collide, they realise they are hunting down a cunning and very clever killer.