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‘Ice-pick-sharp, packed with intrigue, action and spine-chilling suspense. Devour will keep you gripped from the very first page’ Kathryn Fox

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Welcome to my blog, Larkin’s Latest. News on thriller authors and great books to read, the writing process and festivals, incredible people I interview and exciting story locations, courses I run, and things that make me laugh!

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Wanderlust magazine – My 5 Reasons to go to Antarctica

January 10, 2017

I am passionate about Antarctica, its beauty, its isolation and it’s history of heroic adventure. So I was delighted when I was given the opportunity to share my passion with readers of Wanderlust Magazine. I was asked to give 5 reasons why Antarctica is an amazing place to visit. Five reasons just simply wasn’t enough: whether you are an adventurer, hiker, traveler, lover of icy places, photographer, passionate about wildlife, lover a wide open spaces, or simply wish to visit this huge untouched wilderness which is the size of Europe, then hop on a boat and make your way to this icy continent. Here is my article in Wanderlust.

I think celebrity Andrew Denton sums up Antarctica really well in this quote:

‘If Antarctica were music it would be Mozart. Art, and it would be Michelangelo. Literature, and it would be Shakespeare. And yet it is something even greater; the only place on earth that is still as it should be. May we never tame it.’

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‘A satisfyingly spiky central character’

December 19, 2016

Christmas has come early with my first UK review of Devour and what a good one! Thanks so much to Shots Mag’s Ali Karim, Mike Stotter and reviewer Adam Colclough and you can read the review by clicking here.

‘In Olivia Wolfe, Larkin has created a satisfyingly spiky central character.’

‘Behind the dash and daring of the action is a convincingly conflicted story of science being weaponized.’

‘The pace is hectic and the settings, ranging from the frozen wastes, to the book’s climax in the Nevada desert, taking in London and Afghanistan along the way are all convincing.’

Time to celebrate!

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Having fun at SheKilda3

November 21, 2016

SheKilda3 in Melbourne, Australia, was a huge success and I want to thank Sisters In Crime and especially Carmel Shute, Lindy Cameron and Sue Turnbull for their hard work and dedication.

Sisters in Crime President, Vivienne Colmer, said:

‘Authors and crime buffs came from all over the country – from Cairns to Hobart, Sydney to Perth –with everyone commenting on the stimulating debates, both on stage and elsewhere. The authors and other speakers raved about how inspiring it was to get together with their peers – on both a professional and social level. One author declared it was life-changing.’

For me it was a chance to reconnect with Australia’s best female crime fiction authors – Angela Savage, Sulari Gentill, Leigh Redhead, Kerry Greenwood, Honey Brown to name but a few – and to remind myself that even though I spend a lot of time writing alone, I can pick up the phone and connect with my Sisters In Crime. It was also an opportunity to applaud new talent at the 23rd Scarlet Stiletto Short Story Awards.

Most important of all, it was huge fun for writers and readers alike. I can’t wait until the next SheKilda convention.shekilda3-la-larkin-sulari-gentill-sue-turnbull-and-carmel-shute

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