Dawn Farnham

Dawn Farnham

Dawn Farnham has a Creative Writing PhD and has published six historical novels and a few short stories. With her journalist husband and two daughters she has lived in Europe, East Asia and Singapore. A long time ago she did a Japanese degree at SOAS in London and never thought it would come in handy. It has and she also brings her experience living in Tokyo and Singapore to her love of the authentically researched but fictionally written wartime history of occupied Malaya, Singapore and Indonesia. She now lives in Perth, Western Australia. Tokyo Time is her first historical crime novel.

Books by Dawn Farnham

Tokyo Time

Tokyo Time

In 1942, during the Japanese Occupation of Singapore, two seasoned homicide detectives—one a Eurasian, caught between two worlds, and the other, a pacifist Japanese escaping dark and tragic secrets at home—are thrown together to solve a high-profile murder and come to terms with each other under the yoke of a brutal and corrupt military regime.

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