Singapore Writers Festival: Crime, sexual desire and the ethics of influence

(From left) Grace Chia, Ovidia Yu and Julianne Cheah with moderator Carolyn Camoens talking about crime, murder and English writer Agatha Christie PHOTO: ARTS HOUSE LIMITED
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SINGAPORE – Sunday mornings are for laughing about crime and why murder on the page is better than in real life.

She’s A Little Bit Dangerous: Female Crime Fiction was full of giggles as writers Julianne Cheah, Ovidia Yu and Grace Chia talked about prominent female crime writers, representation of women and the genre’s future.

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