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Identity crisis? Andrew Nette on the state of Australian crime fiction

‘British crime has a strong tradition of the mystery. American crime also has a strong noir tradition that still exists today and is constantly being re-invented. And there has been the rise of Scandinavian crime fiction with its much darker undertones and violence. Australian crime has an identity crisis and...

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