2014 Ned Kelly Award Winners

2014 Ned Kelly Award Shortlist

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Web Design by Emma Viskic - read the 2014 Sandra Harvey Short Story Award winning entry.
Belfast born, Australian resident, Adrian McKinty has won the 2014 Ned Kelly Award for crime fiction for his novel IN THE MORNING I’LL BE GONE.
Two-time winner Garry Disher is among a strong list of writers vying for the 2014 Ned Kelly Award for Best Crime Novel in Australia. The fiction shortlist, announced by the Australian Crime Writers Association (ACWA) on Saturday (August 9) at the Bendigo Writers Festival, features other previously shortlisted nominees, including Adrian McKinty, Angela Savage and Kathryn Fox....
Book Trailer for Sandi Wallace's upcoming release - TELL ME WHY. Crime Fiction set in Daylesford in Victoria.

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2014 Ned Kelly Winners

Belfast born, Australian resident, Adrian McKinty has won the 2014 Ned Kelly Award for crime fiction for his novel IN THE MORNING I’LL BE GONE, newcomer Candice Fox won the Best First Fiction for her horror/thriller HADES, documentary maker and journalist John Safran won the best True Crime Award for MURDER IN MISSISSIPPI and the Sandra Harvey Award goes to Emma Viskic for WEB DESIGN

 
 

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