Crime Time


Tim Ayliffe + Sulari Gentill + Chris Womersley + Sarah Smith + Megan McGrath

slq The Studio

Regular Program

1142

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#About the event


#Artists

Tim Ayliffe

Tim Ayliffe

Tim Ayliffe is the author of the John Bailey thriller series, including The Greater Good, State of Fear, The Enemy Within and his most recent novel, Killer Traitor Spy. A TV series based on Ayliffe's global thrillers is currently in development. He has been a journalist for more than 25 years and was most recently the Managing Editor of TV & Video for ABC News. He lives in Sydney.

Sulari Gentill

Sulari Gentill

Sulari Gentill is the award-winning, best-selling author of 16 published novels. Her body of work includes The Rowland Sinclair Mysteries, The Hero Trilogy, After She Wrote Him (which won the 2018 Ned Kelly Award) and the USA Today bestseller, The Woman in the Library, which was the winner of the Crime Lovers Best Novel by an independent publisher award, an Edgar Award nominee, a New York Times recommended read, a Goodreads most anticipated read, an Amazon editor’s pick and a CrimeReads best book of June. Her latest release is The Mystery Writer.

Chris Womersley

Chris Womersley

Chris Womersley is the best-selling author of six novels — Ordinary Gods & Monsters, The Diplomat, City of Crows, Cairo, Bereft and The Low Road — as well as the short story collection A Lovely and Terrible Thing. His work has been published internationally and translated into French, German, Polish, Croatian, Turkish, Spanish and Vietnamese. He lives in Melbourne. 

Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith is a highly regarded TV drama writer and Executive Producer. She created Amazing Grace, Bite Club, Winter, Wild Boys and Rescue Special Ops, which won a Gold Medal at The New York Festival TV and Film Awards. 

She wrote and produced the telemovie Dripping in Chocolate for BBC Worldwide. Other credits include House of Bond, The Killing Field, Last King of the Cross, Wanted, The Alice, All Saints, McLeod’s Daughters, Sea Patrol, and Bloom

She is currently writing her second novel. 

Megan McGrath

Megan McGrath

Megan McGrath has written for The New York Times, Overland, Griffith Review, and Meanjin, among others. She grew up on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), as the daughter of an oyster farmer. Now, she manages a commercial construction company in Brisbane. Her short story collection, All Hands, is published by Spineless Wonders.



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