What happens when shame and secrets meet?
Find out when acclaimed Perth crime writer Sara Foster talks to Dr Robyn Walton about her latest mystery, You Don’t Know Me, out November with Simon & Schuster.
Sara’s stunning new thriller revolves about the burden of shame and the disastrous consequences of hiding secrets.
Sara Foster was born and raised in England, and moved to Australia in 2004. She has published four other novels: Come Back to Me, Beneath the Shadows, Shallow Breath and All That is Lost Between Us. She lives near Perth with her husband and two young daughters, and is currently a doctoral candidate with Curtin University.
Robyn Walton, Vice-President of Sisters in Crime, has a PhD in English Literature and has taught English and cultural history at universities in both Sydney and Melbourne. She won the Vogel for a collection of short fictions and her short stories have been published in journals and Australian Short Stories. She is currently experimenting with ‘creative non-fiction’, essays that combine research into Australian artworks with her own reflections and life. Robyn reviews books for several publications and interviews authors for the Sisters in Crime website.
Wednesday 13 November at 5.30 for 6pm
Melbourne Athenaeum Library
1st Floor, 188 Collins Street, Melbourne
Sun Bookshop stall:
Sisters in Crime members receive a 10% discount
$20; $15 (members of the Melbourne Athenaeum Library and Sisters in Crime; concession)
By Tuesday 12 November as seating is limited: trybooking