Kill-Dead-Garten – Winner of the Scarlet Stiletto in 2007
Smoke – Runners up of Scarlet Stiletto in 2009
Summer of the Seventeen Poll – Winner of S.D.Harvey Ned Kelly Award, Winner of the Sisters in Crime Funniest Crime Prize and runners up in Body in the Library Prize in 2012
A Watched Pot - Shortlisted for the S.D.Harvey Ned Kelly Award in 2015
Other short story prizes include Funniest Crime Prize in 2008 for Wax, Kerry Greenwood Malice Domestic Prize in 2009 for Havana, runners up in The Body in the Library Prize 2013 for The Case of the Vanishing Husband.
Aoife was shortlisted for the UK Crime Association’s Debut Dagger in 2008 for My First Big Book of Murder.
In 2013 she received a mentorship from the Australian Society of Authors for her novel All These Perfect Strangers
In 2016 her story An Everyday disaster was published with Angela Savage's The Odds in Review of Australian Fiction (click on image for information on how to subscribe).
Also in 2016 her short fiction will appear in Kill Your Darlings and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine (U.S).