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This is definitely the best book in the series. I enjoyed the plots mystery more than the previous books and the characters were a hoot! The ending was interesting Mar 15, Anne Marshall rated it liked it Shelves: crime. Not bad, but the plot isn't as good as her earlier ones. View 1 comment. May 17, Sydne rated it it was amazing.

The third in the Simone Kirsch series. Its as good as the first two.

I can't wait for the next one. Bec rated it liked it Sep 05, Oct 18, Pisinat rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in-english , crime-thriller.

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About Leigh Redhead. Leigh Redhead. She is best known as the creator of the character Simone Kirsch, a stripper who leaves the sex industry to become a private investigator. Redhead drew upon her own experiences as a stripper in creating the character. Other books in the series. Simone Kirsch 4 books. Books by Leigh Redhead.

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Trivia About Cherry Pie Simon No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Helen Ennis is an independent photography curator and writer. Perceptions of displacement and estrangement underlie all her work. She lives in Point Lonsdale, Victoria, and has a son. She is the author and editor of six books of non-fiction about gender, romance and the body, including the best-selling collection, Dick for a Day , and most recently Fresh Milk: The Secret Life of Breasts.

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Fiona is currently researching media representations of breastfeeding and the ways in which these reveal cultural anxieties about maternal sexuality. Her most recent novel is The Apricot Colonel , a murder mystery set in Canberra. She has been short-listed for most of the prizes on offer, and has won some. He is currently writing a history of sleep.


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He lives with his wife and three little children in Gunning, a small town on the southern tablelands of NSW. David Malouf is the author of poems, novels, librettos, plays and essays. In he was the sixteenth Neustadt Laureat. He lives in Sydney. Leigh Redhead has worked on a prawn trawler, as a masseuse, stripper and apprentice chef. I became more interested in reading stories about ordinary people who resorted to crime — what was their motivation?

What drove them to such extremes? I dabbled in police procedurals, which were okay, but the characters, being cops, were a little straight for my liking. Then I got into PI books and I absolutely loved them. I had the pleasure of working out not only who, but why, and after my upbringing I related to characters who often had to work outside the law. I liked noir thrillers for the same reason, but always wanted the femme fatale to win instead of being punished at the end.

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I first started Peepshow in , because I was working in peepshows in Melbourne and wanted to write about that world. I was pretty sick of how strippers are usually portrayed in books and on screen generally getting cut up on the autopsy table. I started writing it and it was terrible. Nothing happened beyond Simone lying around in the peeps pondering her Brazilian and her existential angst while she watched the interplay between the coloured lights and the mirrors in the peepshow booth. It was a bit of a light bulb moment.

Why not make Simone a private investigator? So then I went and did the actual Certificate IV Inquiry Agents course for research, and I came up with the plot when I found out that a strip club boss had molested a couple of my friends. I was so angry I wanted to kill him, so I did the next best thing: fictionalised him and had his mutilated body wash up on St Kilda Beach. I wrote the first draft in long hand in 4 black and red A4 notebooks and it took me about a year, then did a couple more drafts on a laptop over the next two years. I also read a lot of true crime and I think receiving Sex Tips for Girls by Cynthia Heimel for my 13 th birthday my mum said it had advice on giving a blow-job influenced how I write humour.

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Simone, on the other hand, has quite the appetite for booze, drugs, men and even violence. Geason writes:. I adore Sisters in Crime and have been a long term member.

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