David BaldacciLee ChildHarlan CobenMichael ConnellyNelson DeMille
Peter CorrisGabrielle LordMichael RobothamPeter Temple
Agatha ChristieWilkie CollinsArthur Conan DoyleElizabeth GeorgeReginald HillQuintin JardineEdgar Allan PoeIan RankinGerald Seymour
Camilla LackbergDonna LeonJohn Ajvide LindqvistHenning MankellMagdalen NabbBarbara NadelJo NesboOrhan Pamuk
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Reading lists from the Library

The following lists have been compiled by Alison Klein of Trinity Grammar. If a text is not in our llibrary, please email me to request it; cgraham@lism.catholic.edu.au



Crime Fiction

crime scene tape

Crime Culture

Crime Culture

  • CrimeCulture - Crime Fiction
    "Crimeculture is a site designed to appeal to anyone interested in representations of criminality. It provides introductions to crime fiction, crime films and true crime."

Crime Files International

Crime Files International

  • Crime Files International
    "Crime Files International brings you a selection of the finest crime and thriller fiction around from criminally good writers like Martina Cole, Karen Rose and Jonathan Kellerman."

Library Catalogue



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  • Jennifer Byrne presents Dark Places
    Jennifer is joined by Jo Nesbø, Michael Robotham, Malla Nunn and Leigh Redhead to discuss crime fiction, in particular the recent popularity of Scandinavian crime.
  • Jennifer Byrne presents Crime
    Crime Writing special with Dorothy Porter, Graham Blundell, Justice Ian Callinan and Shane Maloney.

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