Gary Corby

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Gary Corby
Born 1963 (1963)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation novelist
Nationality Australian
Period 2008 - present
Genre historical mystery
Notable works The Athenian Mysteries
Website
garycorby.com

Gary Corby is an Australian author of historical mysteries set in the world of Classical Greece.

His novels feature historical men and women from the time as recurring characters, notably Socrates, Pericles, and the priestess Diotima of Mantinea. The series hero is a fictional detective/agent named Nicolaos; the heroine is Diotima.

Published works[edit]

The Athenian Mysteries[edit]

  1. The Pericles Commission (2010)[citation needed]
  2. The Ionia Sanction (2011)[citation needed]
  3. Sacred Games (2013)[citation needed]
  4. The Marathon Conspiracy (2014)[citation needed]

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Nominated for the Ned Kelly Award for Best First Novel in 2010, for The Pericles Commission.[1]
  • Winner of the 2008 Arthur Conan Doyle Prize for new fiction in the historical mystery category for the short story The Pasion Contract.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Ned Kelly Awards 2011 nominations
  2. ^ [2] Arthur Conan Doyle Prize for new fiction 2008 winner list

External links[edit]