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Dig Two Graves

Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves.

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.

 
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Part love story, part thriller and wholly page-turning, Dig Two Graves show us once again that 'Morwood is a classy act.’ Australian

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Death and the Spanish Lady An Eleanor Jones Mystery #1  Melbourne, 1919.  Sister Eleanor Jones, returned from the Great War, is once again risking her life. In the temporary hospital set up in the grand Melbourne Exhibition Building, she faces the deadliest of diseases: the Spanish ‘Flu. And many are dying.  But there is one death unlike all the others on the makeshift ward, inflicted by poison.   And hiding behind the gauze masks designed to stop infection, someone is intent on adding to the death toll.  Can Eleanor create a trap to reveal a killer...?

Death and the Spanish Lady
An Eleanor Jones Mystery #1

Melbourne, 1919.

Sister Eleanor Jones, returned from the Great War, is once again risking her life. In the temporary hospital set up in the grand Melbourne Exhibition Building, she faces the deadliest of diseases: the Spanish ‘Flu. And many are dying.

But there is one death unlike all the others on the makeshift ward, inflicted by poison. 

And hiding behind the gauze masks designed to stop infection, someone is intent on adding to the death toll.

Can Eleanor create a trap to reveal a killer...?

Cyanide and Poppies An Eleanor Jones Mystery #2  Melbourne, the spring of 1923.  When reporter Edward Bain is found dead in his office at The Argus newspaper, Eleanor Jones, former nurse and film reviewer for the paper, recognises the signs of a violent death.  The city streets are ugly and lawless in the wake of a police strike. With the chaos outside a smokescreen behind which potential witnesses are attacked, Eleanor is drawn, uneasily, into the investigation.  But, as events build to a dangerous conclusion at the Melbourne Cup ball, Eleanor will have to face events from her own past in order to bring a killer to justice...

Cyanide and Poppies
An Eleanor Jones Mystery #2

Melbourne, the spring of 1923.

When reporter Edward Bain is found dead in his office at
The Argus newspaper, Eleanor Jones, former nurse and film reviewer for the paper, recognises the signs of a violent death.

The city streets are ugly and lawless in the wake of a police strike. With the chaos outside a smokescreen behind which potential witnesses are attacked, Eleanor is drawn, uneasily, into the investigation.

But, as events build to a dangerous conclusion at the Melbourne Cup ball, Eleanor will have to face events from her own past in order to bring a killer to justice...

 
‘Morwood again mixes history with mystery – to deadly effect!’ Sisters in Crime
Morwood is a classy act.’
Graeme Blundell, Weekend Australian
An enigmatic young woman appears in Lyn BLessing's antiquarian bookshop every Friday at precisely 1.15 and always leaves empty handed. Intrigued, Lyn feels compelled to follow her.  But events begin to overtake her when she is chased down the dark, winding alleyways of Melbourne; and when mysterious strangers begin to invade her literary world.  As she is drawn deeper and deeper into the young woman's world, Lyn is increasingly reminded of her sister's words:  'This house is no longer safe.' 

An enigmatic young woman appears in Lyn BLessing's antiquarian bookshop every Friday at precisely 1.15 and always leaves empty handed. Intrigued, Lyn feels compelled to follow her.  But events begin to overtake her when she is chased down the dark, winding alleyways of Melbourne; and when mysterious strangers begin to invade her literary world.

As she is drawn deeper and deeper into the young woman's world, Lyn is increasingly reminded of her sister's words:  'This house is no longer safe.' 

featuring Marlo Shaw  Marlo can't believe her aunt Jenny would commit suicide. Too many things don't add up. But there is no evidence of forced entry, no smashed windows, footprints in the flowerbeds or signs of a struggle. Trying to avoid a complicated love affair, and caught in a web of complex family ties and mysterious disappearances, Marlo is determined to find out if her aunt's death was a suicide, or murder...

featuring Marlo Shaw

Marlo can't believe her aunt Jenny would commit suicide. Too many things don't add up. But there is no evidence of forced entry, no smashed windows, footprints in the flowerbeds or signs of a struggle.
Trying to avoid a complicated love affair, and caught in a web of complex family ties and mysterious disappearances, Marlo is determined to find out if her aunt's death was a suicide, or murder...

featuring Marlo Shaw

After the death of her aunt Jenny and the suicide of her cousin Cate, Marlo attempts to get on with her life. But when she discovers the body of a tramp bludgeoned to death in a local park, her grief emerges raw and fresh. Reluctant to get drawn into the investigation of another death, Marlo finds she has no choice when the police point the finger at her boss and friend of many years, Harold. Perhaps in solving this new mystery, she will at last be able to put her own ghosts to rest.