Her first book, Beyond Fear, was the highest selling debut crime novel in Australia in 2011, the fifth highest selling debut across all genres and was shortlisted for Best Novel in the 2012 Davitt Awards for Australian women crime writers. Praise for Beyond Fear includes "a must-read for its sheer suspense" (Woman’s Day) and "deliciously scary" (Sisters in Crime).
Jaye is a former print, radio and television journalist and was Australia’s first female presenter of a live national sports show. She later ran her own public relations business. Now writing full-time, Jaye has completed her fourth thriller Already Dead.
I'm chatting with @michaelrobotham at @newwritersfest! @AusWomenWriters @SistersinCrimeA http://t.co/rNsUdIEeC5 http://t.co/V1el2uLZf6
Congrats @RosemarieMilsom - fab 2015 @newwritersfest program! Online tomorrow @AusWomenWriters @macleanbooks http://t.co/9pICfzHeK0
RT @auscrimewriters: #diarydate 6th Feb 2015 - Thrills, Spills and Pills featuring @simonesinna and @jayeford http://t.co/RPuYFqavQf