Lyn McFarlane is a Canadian-Australian writer who splits her time between Sydney, Australia and Vancouver Island. She’s a former freelance journalist and holds degrees in economics, journalism and law. Lyn is a member of the Australian Society of Authors and the Crime Writers of Canada, a graduate of The Faber Academy and a mentee with the Australian Writers’ Mentorship Program. Her debut novel The Scarlet Cross won the 2019 Arthur Ellis “Unhanged” award for best unpublished manuscript, sponsored by the Crime Writers of Canada and Toronto’s Dundurn Press. The Scarlet Cross introduces Meredith Griffin, a young emergency nurse who follows a trail of suspicious deaths that leads her straight to the heart of her own hospital.
The Scarlet Cross is the first book in Lyn McFarlane’s crime trilogy, The Griffin Series.