Peter Temple

Peter Temple has worked extensively as a journalist and editor for newspapers and magazines in several countries.

He has won five Ned Kelly Awards for his novels, and won the world’s most prestigious crime writing prize, the Crime Writers’ Association Gold Dagger. In 2010 he was awarded Australia’s greatest writing prize, the Miles Franklin Literary Award, for Truth (Text Publishing).

His books – which include The Broken ShoreShooting Star and In the Evil Day – are published in more than twenty countries.


Cedric abroad

FictionCEDRIC MARCHANT LEFT England for the first time at the age of forty-one. He travelled to France by train and boat at the insistence of his sister, Freda, who had gone to live in the Dordogne with a painter...

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