Reviews of Australian Books #20

Following on from the interview/profile by Graeme Blundell I mentioned yesterday, Kathryn Fox's first novel, Malicious Intent, is reviewed in this weekend's "Washington Post" - second item down - by Philippa Stockley. She thinks the book is "oddball but brilliant", and concludes: "If you like a tale written like a violent film, this fast-paced novel will do the job." I missed this one on the weekend.

[Thanks to Confessions of an Idiosyncratic Mind for pointing it out.]

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