#CEF6F5;line-height:120%;">Australian medical novelist, Kathryn Fox's writing shows more interest in the lives of victims of crime than in the gruesome details of their deaths. Her obvious social conscience and real sensitivity makes other forensic crime writers, like Patricia Cornwell and Kathy Reichs, look like teen-age necrophiliacs.
Kathryn Fox is different. One is educated about society in her novels. Her most recent novel, Fatal Impact set in Tasmania, an island which is the southernmost point of Australia, has developed beyond the social, into the political.