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Kel Robertson is an Australian crime novelist who was born in the 1950s on the south coast of New South Wales. His novel Smoke & Mirrors shared the 2009 Ned Kelly Award for Best Novel award with Deep Water by Peter Corris. Robertson lived in Sydney and a number of New South Wales country towns before entering high school in Bathurst. He has studied at a number of tertiary institutions and currently lives in Canberra where he works as a solicitor. He is the author of three crime novels, featuring the Chinese-Australian Federal Police investigator, Brad Chen.