Today on the Word Wench blog, I’m interviewing historical crime writer Sulari Gentill. In the interview she talks about her inspiration, her books, ridiculous research rabbit holes and her upcoming US tour.
Sulari writes a crime series set in the 1930’s during the rise of fascism — in Australia, in Nazi Germany and elsewhere in the world. Fascinating history and good stories with likable and interesting characters.
One of the things I really enjoy in her books are little historical “bon-bons” where a walk on peripheral character will be a real person from history. You won’t recognize them all, but she explains them at the end of each book. Such fun.
Sulari is giving away a book on the word wench blog so if you pop over there and leave a comment, you’ll be in the draw.
Anyway Sulari and three other aussie crime writers are about to head off on a US tour. The schedule is below.
If they’re appearing near you, why not pop over and say hi.
And try her books. They really are fun.