Chris Stuart has always been a storyteller.
Stuart started off writing non-fiction and short stories, won the Elyne Mitchell Writing Award (Short Stories) and has been a judge for this since 2013.
Having always loved puzzles and the thrill of the hunt, Chris was drawn to writing a crime novel. The resultant book, For Reasons of Their Own, features the world of DI Robbie Grey and her challenge to find the killer of a UN delegate who was found murdered in a rural Melbourne swamp.
Find out about the process of writing this intriguing crime novel and the world of DI Robbie Gray.
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