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Welcome to
My World of Crime Novels, Writing, and Telling Tales.

​For over a decade now, I have been consistently working on creating three exhilarating crime novels, all set against the backdrop of Australia and Canada.
These novels are sure to take you on a thrilling journey of suspense and drama, with characters you won't soon forget.
​I'm passionate about writing stories that probe into the darker corners of the human soul and explore the ways in which family secrets can continue to haunt
and affect generations to come. Generationally evilness can be passed on, as can goodness and decency.
In Book 1, 'Magpies in the Dust', I delve into the complexities of human relationships within one
family, the good and the bad, and how they lead to betrayal, abuse, violence and death. If you're a fan of gripping, page-turner crime novels, then you'll love what I do.  
Writing novels really floats my boat especially the development of my characters and the intricacy of the plot.
It is like a vast jigsaw puzzle in my head before I begin to plan my intended novel. Slowly, the storyline materialises and develops, just like a jigsaw. And I cannot wait to see it as a whole with all its intricacies emerging onto the paper.
To date, I have written four novels, inclusive of the three finished books of the 'Thieves of Innocence'Series outlined below. 

'Thieves of Innocence' Series

The three book covers below have been designed by Kerry Anne. They are for display enhancement ONLY on www.thewriteartistonline/ 

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Kasandra Murphy Goldman, known as Kas, is a prize-winning Australian artist who has dragged herself out of a lifetime of ostracism, neglect and deprivation within her toxic religious family in the hope of eventually realising her three lifelong dreams: - 
1. To find out why she has been treated so poorly by her family,
2. To open a stunning art gallery in one of Melbourne's most impressive suburbs and enter the prestigious Moran and Archibald Art Prizes for Portraiture.
3. And, most of all, to discover from whom she inherited her innate love of painting..............

But Life, she finds, does not go in a straight line.

 

 

Kas Goldman is rushing through the bustling arcades in the centre of Melbourne. She is pushing her baby Arabella in her stroller and is late to meet two of her sisters in front of the iconic Old General Post Office.


However, Kas' attempts to hurry are slowed by the thousands of eager shoppers searching for a bargain at the Sales ..............................until the unthinkable happens, changing lives forever, in so many different ways.

 

 

One frosty night on Quadra Island, in British Columbia, Canada, Old Tatty Ear, a seventeen-year-old female black bear, senses the presence of humans and 'trouble'. 

After the death of her mother in the Boxing Day Bombings in Melbourne, Australia, Kas Goldman's niece, Felicity/'Fee' Anderson, tries to cope with her grief by applying for a nannying position in Canada.

At first, everything went well, until her letters home stopped arriving..........

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