Dig Two Graves is part thriller, part love story and wholly page turning.
Six international artists are invited to a residency in southern Spain and this novel explores what happens when someone makes an unforgiveable mistake and the consequence of guilt and revenge. Dig Two Graves is set between Sydney and Spain.
Carolyn Morwood is a prize-winning author based in Melbourne. She has published six works of crime fiction.
The Blessing File won the Tom Howard Mystery Novel contest;
An Uncertain Death was short-listed for the Ned Kelly Awards.
A Simple Death won the Davitt Award in 2002 for the best work of adult crime fiction by an Australian woman.
Death and the Spanish Lady and Cyanide and Poppies are works of historical crime fiction set in Melbourne in 1919 and 1923 respectively. Death and the Spanish Lady was highly commended in the Davitt Awards, 2012
Her latest novel Dig Two Graves is set between Sydney and Spain in the present day.
As well as crime fiction, Carolyn has published poetry and short stories in Australia and overseas.