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How to Write Crime

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Aimed at anyone who has ever thought about writing a crime novel, this practical guide contains contributions by experienced writers in the genre. Topics include research, fact into fiction, plot and structure, and character. Contributers include Sandra Harvey, Kerry Greenwood and Garry Disher.
Paperback, 206 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Allen & Unwin Australia
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Day was born in Sydney, and grew up in Pagewood, an industrial suburb. She attended Sydney Girls High School and Sydney Teachers' College and in 1973 obtained a degree from Sydney University. She has worked as a patent searcher and as a researcher and has also taught in elementary school during the 1980s.

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