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Five of the Best Worst Women in Crime

February 3, 2016 by
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Women have always driven crime to interesting places, but it’s hard to argue that they’re having their moment right now. Between Gone, Girl and The Girl on the Train, morally dubious women are taking centre stage, committing crimes as fast as they solve them. But what do you read after you’ve read those? Check out these five great crime novels and take a look at the sharply compelling women who lead them. Libby Day, Dark Places by Gillian Flynn You...

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Give a TV lover a book!

January 14, 2016 by
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Do you have someone in your life who is difficult to buy gifts for? Is it your dad? Regardless, all you need to know is their favourite TV show, and we’ve got the rest covered. Here’s some book tips for the TV lover! Watching: The Walking Dead Give them: A Town Called Dust by Justin Woolley The Walking Dead is basically a cultural phenomenon at this point. The series about a man waking up from a coma to find himself...

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Position vacant: Book Publicity and Marketing Executive

January 13, 2016 by
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Momentum, the digital-first publishing imprint of Pan Macmillan Australia, currently has an opening for a full-time Publicity and Marketing Executive to join the Sydney office. This is a busy and varied role that encompasses aspects of publicity, marketing, social media and sales. Responsibilities include creating international digital marketing and publicity campaigns for our books and authors, liaising closely with authors and agents on campaigns, putting together sales material for retailers for promotions and supporting and training our authors on varied...

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Exclusive excerpt: The Bloody Quarrel episode 5

January 4, 2016 by
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“This is an outrage and if this is the way you intend to run the city, you can forget about the support of the Guilds,” the new head of the Bankers Guild declared. Fallon glowered at him but a sheaf of requests for money had arrived just that morning from the nobles of the neighboring counties. With money he could purchase, through them, food and goods from counties further away. The food situation was better but it seemed there were...

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