Adam Sarafis

And Then There Were Nine - 2016 Ngaio Marsh Longlist Announced

A record number of entrants and a kaleidoscopic range of crime tales illustrates the growth of New Zealand crime writing but provided a real challenge for the judges of the Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel, who have revealed the longlist for their 2016 award today. 

Review - SOMETHING IS ROTTEN, Adam Sarafis

Author Information
Book Title: 
Something is Rotten
Author Name: 
Author's Home Country: 
New Zealand
ISBN: 
9781760067762
Series: 
Matakana
Categorisation
Category: 
Crime Fiction
Location: 
New Zealand
Publisher: 
Echo Publishing
Year of Publication: 
2015

Currently Reading - Something is Rotten, Adam Sarafis

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Started this on the weekend, new book from the collaboration of Linda Olsson and Thomas Sainsbury.

From the Blurb:

When budding writer Brent Taylor dies a horrific death in the Auckland University Library, his friend, sex worker Jade Amaro, refuses to believe it is suicide. She seeks help from Sam Hallberg, a former government advisor on terrorism, now working as a mechanic.

Something is Rotten

Author's Home Country: 
New Zealand
Category: 
Crime Fiction

Matakana
(stative) be wary, watchful, on the lookout.


When budding writer Brent Taylor dies a horrific death in the Auckland University Library, his friend, sex worker Jade Amaro, refuses to believe it is suicide. She seeks help from Sam Hallberg, a former government advisor on terrorism, now working as a mechanic.

ISBN: 
9781760067762
Location: 
Auckland
Series: 
Sam Hallberg
Publisher: 
Echo Publishing
Year of Publication: 
2015

Adam Sarafis

Author Information
Sarafis, Adam

Adam Sarafis is the creation of authors Linda Olsson and Thomas Sainsbury. 

Linda Olsson was born in Stockholm, Sweden in 1948. She left Sweden in 1986 and has lived in Kenya, Singapore, the UK and Japan, before settling in New Zealand. Her first novel, Let me sing you gentle songs (aka Astrid & Veronica) became an international bestseller, and has been followed by three more novels. She divides her time between Auckland and Stockholm.