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  2. LITBITS Whodunits will never be the same MAGAZINE: BOOKS

    CRIME detection and forensic science (and hence crime writing) will never be the same after the development of "genetic fingerprinting" in March 1985 by a Leicestershire University team headed by geneticist ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. Horror stories which keep chilling spines

    HORROR novels are big business even beneath the Stephen King megastar heights. King had a significant number of the ...

    Article : 950 words
  4. Reporting the revolution

    WHEN James Fenton was sent by The Independent newspaper to East Berlin immediately after the wall had come down, he ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 1,156 words
  5. How well do you know your Australian history?

    MELBOURNE University Press, publisher of the Australian Dictionary of Biography (ADB), is offering readers of The Canberra Times an ...

    Article : 499 words
  6. Richness and ultimate insight

    ESTABLISHED Australian writers, as well as first time novelists, feature in today's collection. DAVID Malouf's An Imaginary Life ...

    Article : 926 words
  7. Boom under way in crime writing

    THE BOOM in Australian crime writing owes much to the new found willingness of publishers to take chances with local ...

    Article : 648 words
  8. Red cedar lives on at Stony Range

    JANINE Haines recognises the persuasive political power of being seen with a bit of Aussie flora and fauna. So off she went to Stony Range Flora Reserve at Dee ...

    Article : 602 words



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