Channelling Agatha 2

Queensland writers Nick Earls and Rebecca Sparrow have joined the "alleged plagiarism" argument, as reported yesterday, by jumping in on the side of Jessica Adams. A report in today's "Courier-Mail" has Earls "outing" himself as a plagiarist of his own work, and stating that "In a world of millions of stories, it's inevitable that stories will have similarities." The holders of the Agatha Christie British copyright have been notified. The matter is in the hands of their lawyers. Jessica Adams has her say in the "Sydney Morning Herald". I mentioned yesterday that this looked like turning into a Fairfax vs. Murdoch tiff. It ain't over

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