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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

Media and Reviews

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ABC Overnight radio interview for early risers – 4:15 am Monday 24th January 2011

January 21, 2011

Calling all early risers! Or those late to bed.

ABC radio presenter Simon Rogers and I will be talking about genetically modified crops, their impact in Australia and why I chose it as the topic of my thriller, The Genesis Flaw. Listeners can phone in and ask questions.

To find the frequency for your local ABC station, you can go to: http://www.abc.net.au/reception/freq/

ABC Overnights is heard nationally, on 60 metropolitan and regional stations – plus there is an audience on the www where it is streamed.

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Interview on 3MDR 97.1FM at 3:05pm Monday 3 Jan 2011

January 2, 2011

Ann Creber has invited me to chat with her about The Genesis Flaw on her The Good Life show and I am really looking forward to it. She and I first met at the Davitt Awards in 2010 (awards for Australian women’s crime writing). We’ll be talking about thrillers for half an hour, I believe, so please do listen in if you are in Melbourne.

Happy New Year to everyone!

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Review of The Genesis Flaw by David Robinson from L.I.V.E

October 20, 2010

‘People are “awakened to what’s happening” by many different paths. A thriller novel is one of these paths. It just happens to be one of the better ways of becoming aware.’ David Robinson from L.I.V.E on my eco thriller

L.I.V.E stands for Locals Into Victoria’s Environment and David popped along at my recent talk on environmental thrillers in Port Melbourne. I very much support his sterling efforts raising awareness of climate change and was delighted when he wrote this review of my novel:

‘I finished The Genesis Flaw in two days, interspersing reading a few chapters at a time with updates to my website http://www.live.org.au. Sometimes I “tease out” reading a book. It adds to the suspense.
The Genesis Flaw was fantastic! It is a really fast paced thriller in the style of Robert Ludlum’s Bourne Identity series. The main difference is the hero is a feisty woman who never gives up, no matter how bad the situation gets. I just can’t wait for the film to come out!
As a climate change activist my interest in Genetically Modified Foods has been minimal up until now. But I can believe that GM companies are just as powerful, and ruthless in protecting their vested interests, as the companies who rely on burning fossil fuel. OK, The Genesis Flaw is a work of fiction, but it is so good to be introduced to a subject via a book that explains the issues so clearly, in layman’s terms.
People are “awakened to what’s happening” by many different paths. A thriller novel is one of these paths. It just happens to be one of the better ways of becoming aware.’

http://www.live.org.au/

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