Six international artists are invited to a residency in southern Spain.
One falls in lust. Two fall in love.
One talks only about New York.
One makes installations out of feathers and stones.
And one is left for dead on the side of a mountain.
Part love story, part thriller and wholly page-turning, Dig Two Graves shows us once again that ‘Morwood is a classy act.’ – The Australian
For readers who like their crime/thrillers gore-free and more refined. In the vein of Jospehine Tey.
About the author: Carolyn Morwood writes novels, short stories and poetry. Her books have won both the Tom Howard Mystery Novel Contest and the Davitt Award. She lives by the sea in Melbourne, Australia, with her dog, Gemma.
She is the author of Eleanor Jones mysteries and Marlo Shaw crime thrillers.
Praise for Morwood’s novels:
‘A perceptive and disturbing journey through the delicate web of human relationships … Atmospheric and firmly rooted in her native Melbourne, this is a fascinating read.’ – Val McDermid
‘This may be the most original Australian crime novel debut since Barry Maitlands’s The Marx Sisters.’ – Australian Book Review
‘Confirms Morwood’s status as one of the brightest new stars on the Australian crime fiction scene. Highly recommended.’ – Canberra Times
‘Engaging Oz whodunit… showing serious muscle beneath the civilities.’ – Literary Review