Kim Kane i(8 works by)
Born: Established: London,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Female
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Kim Kane worked as a lawyer and a writer.

Awards for Works

Cry Blue Murder 2013 single work novel crime young adult 'Celia and Alice share everything - their secrets, hopes and the increasing horror that a killer is on the loose and abducting schoolgirls just like them. Three bodies have been found, each shrouded in hand-woven fabric.

From within the depths of a police investigation, clues are starting to emerge. But as Alice and Celia discover the truth, danger is closer than anyone knows. Who can you trust at a time like this?

Cry Blue Murder is a haunting and poignant psychological thriller that pushes the boundaries of trust and betrayal, life and death, from two exciting new voices in Australian young adult fiction.' (Publisher's blurb)
2014 highly commended Western Australian Premier's Book Awards Young Adults
2014 shortlisted Davitt Award Best Young Adult Book
2013 shortlisted Inky Awards Gold Inky
Family Forest 2010 single work picture book children's 'While some kids have a family tree, we have a family forest! Do you have half-sisters, big brothers, step-parents? The modern family comes in all shapes and sizes.' (Trove record)
2011 shortlisted Children's Book Council Book of the Year Awards Picture Book of the Year
Pip : The Story of Olive 2008 single work children's fiction children's 'Olive Garnaut likes things in pairs. But even with her own perfectly symmetrical family, birthday and bedroom, Olive has only ever felt half. How extraordinary, then, that one day Pip should appear...' (Publisher's blurb)
2009 shortlisted Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) Australian Book of the Year for Older Children
2009 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Best Language Development Book for Upper Primary Children (2003-2013)
2008 winner Barbara Ramsden Award Jointly awarded to the author and the publisher's editor Elise Jones.
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