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February Recs from Clan Destine


Striking Out, Ireland Legal Drama on Acorn TV

Clan Destine Press' writers and editors have some great content this month, with a true crime podcast, a great Irish TV show, and a Scarlet Stiletto ebook from Sisters in Crime, full to bursting with award-winning crime stories and ready for download in seconds. Love that one and there are eleven more anthologies to keep you cool this summer. Onward!

Striking Out, a two-season Irish legal drama (Acorn TV, and Apple TV), is the TV equivalent of comfort food: nourishing, not too demanding, and very enjoyable, according to Sydney author Natalie Conyer. Catch up here for the full review.

Tuesday 23 February, 7-8:00 pm: Join true crime author Vikki Petraitis as she discusses her books and podcast, The Vanishing of Vivienne Cameron, and why people are fascinated with true crime. Vikki is the author of the best-selling true crime book The Frankston Murders and has just released her sixteenth book, Police Stories. She has also turned her first book, The Phillip Island Murder, into a 10-part Casefile podcast. Book online here and you’ll be sent the Zoom link. Presented by Sisters in Crime & Darebin Libraries.

Enter the Webb…of Crime Fiction Friday
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Scarlet Stiletto: The Twelfth Cut, the collection of 15 winning stories from 2020's competition is out now! A perfect (and very reasonably priced) present. Edited by Phyllis King, it's available for $5 as an e-book here from Clan Destine, or $5.99 from Booktopia, Amazon, or iTunes. Eleven earlier collections are also available.

Miss Fisher: The Exhibition, Ripponlea Estate, Melbourne. Miss Fisher has returned to the National Trust Rippon Lea Estate with brand new costumes from her big screen adventure, "Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears." Runs Wednesday to Sunday on the hour from 10am from Thursday 3 December to late May 2021. Please note tickets must be pre-purchased online here.

Got any great recommendations for books, film, TV, or events? Send them our way. Meantime, enjoy the longer summer hours. Much more time to read about muuuuurder.

Thank you Sisters in Crime Australia for these news tid-bits.

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