"...tell stories...it outrageous...she just makes things up..."
Sulari Gentill is the author of the Rowland Sinclair Mysteries.
She was born in Ski Lanka, but moved to and lived in Africa before coming to Brisbane in 1972 when she was six, and the White Australia Policy had come to an end. She originally set out to study astro-physics at ANU, ended up graduating in law, only to abandon the career for writing, (after learning to preg test cows). "When the mood takes her shes paints, although she maintains that she only does so well enough to know that she should write."
"She grows French black truffles on her farm in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains of NSW, which she shares with her young family and several animals.
For most of September 2015, Sulari took up residence at the reinvigorated Gorman Arts Centre, Canberra, and working at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, as she has just accepted the position Eminent Writer-in-Residence as offered to her by the ACT Writers' Centre."
The first in the series A Few Right Thinking Men was shortlisted for Commonwealth Writers' Prize Best First Book. A Decline in Prophets, the second in the series, won the Davitt Award for Best Adult Crime Fiction. Miles Off Course was released in early 2012, Paving the New Road was released in late 2012 and was shortlisted for the Davitt Award for best crime fiction 2013. Gentlemen Formerly Dressed was released in November 2013. A Murder Unmentioned, the sixth book in the series released was released November 2014 and was shortlisted for the 2015 Ned Kelly Awards "Best Crime Novel" and the 2015 Davitt Awards "Best Adult Book". Since then she has released two more Rowland Sinclair novels, Give the Devil his Due and A Dangerous Language, as well as a free ebook novella, The Prodigal Son.
The Hero Trilogy Edit
Crossing the Lines Edit
In August 2017, Gentill released the commercial literary novel, Crossing the Lines.