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Malicious Intent (2004) is a crime novel by Australian author Kathryn Fox. It won the Davitt Award for Best Adult Novel and was shortlisted for Ned Kelly Awards – Best First Novel in 2005.
Malicious Intent (novel) Wikipedia
Pathologist and forensic physician, Dr Anya Crichton, discovers a link between the death of a teenage girl from a drug overdose and a number of apparent suicides.
Philippa Stockley in The Washington Post called the novel "Oddball but brilliant". Sophie Groom in Australia reviewed it as well2005 shortlisted Ned Kelly Awards – Best First Novel
2005 winner Davitt Award – Best Adult Novel