Crime Writers Panel

Browns Plains Library has invited me to sit on a Crime Writers Panel on 8th March. YAY!
A whole-lotta-sleuthin’ is going on in March, part of Logan West Library’s Mystery Month.

On the panel, five Brisbane writers will expose their Crime, Murder and Mayhem. Will you be able to solve their Whodunits?

Marianne Delacourt, (aka SF Writer, Marianne de Pierres) leads the panel.
She’s author of  Sharp Shooter, a crime/romance with a paranormal flavour.

Three members of the panel are from CrimeWriters Queensland Pat Noad, Anne Infante, Breanna Cross will disclose their CRIME books and their WRITING.
Find out more at

I’m privileged to be part of this panel, giving me the opportunity to reveal my upcoming book, Sayonara.
I’ll be divulging clues from my Crime Faction novel, based on a True Story.
Our beloved Japanese exchange student, Yumi, vanishes from the suburbs of Brisbane … and Josie, the pacifist forensic student aggressively investigates. Often at odds with the police. Will you be able to discern the innocent from the guilty, and between FACT and FICTION?

I’ve just joined CrimeSpace, a sinful networking site for CRIME LOVERS ─ Writers and Readers ─ a place to meet and conspire, find new authors, discuss the latest in Crime Fiction.
Pull up a chair at the Bar and share your Poison

Calling all Amateur Detectives,
See you at the Crime Writers Panel on Monday, 8th March from 10-12 midday.
You’ll need to RING to book a place. 07 3412 4160 or BOOK HERE at

So grab your magnifying glass, and snap on your latex gloves.
Zoom up to 69 Grand Plaza Drive, Browns Plains, Brisbane.

This is my very first event for SAYONARA and I’m soooo excited … and so nervous!

But how will I control that quiver in my voice, the shake in my hands and my jelly-wobble left leg?

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