Australian Genre Publishing

Romance: Suspense / Crime / Thriller

Sandi Wallace

 

Sandi is an award-winning crime writer and personal trainer who lives in the Dandenong Ranges outside Melbourne.

Tell Me Why -  Sandi's debut novel, published by Clan Destine Press - won the 2015 Davitt Readers' Choice, an award voted by the full membership of Sisters in Crime Australia. 

Dean J Anderson

 

Dean lives in a small coastal town of Yeppoon in Central Queensland.

Sandy Curtis

 

Sandy lives on Queensland’s Central Coast, not far from the beach where she loves to walk and mull over the intricate plots in her novels.

After having dealt with the chaos involved in rearing three children, dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and a kookaburra (teaching it to fly was murder), creating complex characters, fast-paced action and edge-of-your-seat suspense is a breeze for Sandy.

Sarah Evans

 

Sarah is an English ex-pat who has been writing short stories and novels since leaving the world of journalism in the late eighties and taking up the ‘good life’ in rural WA to raise a brood and attempt self-sufficiency. 

A crime and romance writer, Sarah also dabbles in spec-fic, fantasy and a touch of horror. The epitome of the muti-tasker she is also a songwriter, book editor and creative writing teacher: 

Helen Goltz

 

Helen is a writer of crime, thrillers, historical novels and non-fiction.

Her first book for Clan Destine Press is the sexy and amusing crime novel Death by Sugar.

It's a spunky modern mystery, with lots of unexpected twists.

Helen, like all good writers, has always been an avid reader. While growing up in Toowoomba, she was always excited by a trip to the library and the promise of returning home with a collection of books to read.

Lindy Cameron

 

Lindy is an Australian writer of crime fiction and fact – who long ago gave up the fantasy of growing up to be a famous scientist. 

The fact that she still harbours a desire to be an astronaut, a warrior chick or an Apache Longbow helicopter pilot would hint that she perhaps hasn’t, however, grown up much at all.