Mysterious pasts, haunting presents
Sisters in Crime NSW Present the Halloween Special
October 31 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
ONLINE EVENT. Book here
Take a tour across time-periods and landscapes – both sinister and superb – with international best-selling authors Kayte Nunn and Téa Cooper in conversation with psychologist and crime writer, A. D. Penhall.
In Kayte Nunn’s The Last Reunion, visit the little known but truly remarkable Women’s Auxiliary Service, Burma (the Wasbies) in 1944. Then, hold on to your hats while you whisk back and forward between Calcutta and Shillong (1944), Oxford (1976), London and Galway (1999). Find yourself, alongside Bea, her World War II companions and young aspiring art-dealer, Olivia, caught up in the mystery of the stolen Fox-Girl, a Japanese netsuke from the Edo period.
In Tea Cooper’s soon to be released, The Fossil Hunter, step back into the mysterious 19th century location of Wollembi in the Hunter Valley. Time-travel to the end of World War 1, where a connection between a fossil in London’s Natural History museum and her two dead brothers spurs Penelope to find the truth about long buried bodies in the sinister Bow Wow Gorge.
About Téa Cooper.
Téa has published 12 novels, several of which have had highly successful international publication. In 2021 Téa was Overall Winner of the Daphne du Maurier Awards for Excellence in Mystery and Suspense for The Cartographer’s Secret. The Fossil Hunter, her thirteenth novel, will be released in late October 2021.
About Kayte Nunn.
Kayte is the author of five previous novels, including the international bestselling The Botanist’s Daughter for which she was awarded the Winston Graham Historical Fiction Prize in 2020. Her sixth novel, the meticulously researched mystery, The Last Reunion, was published this year to many admiring reviews.