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  • Title: Michael Robotham International Crime Writer
    Descriptive info: .. Toggle navigation.. Home.. Books.. Meet Michael.. Latest News.. Other Writing.. Appearances.. FAQ.. Stay in Touch.. NEW RELEASE:.. Michael s unforgettable standalone thriller.. LIFE OR DEATH.. WHY WOULD A MAN ESCAPE FROM PRISON THE DAY BEFORE HE S DUE TO BE RELEASED?.. LIFE OR DEATH is a thriller and a love story and a lesson in never giving up hope.. This one is special to me.. It s my tenth novel and one that I feel I was destined to write.. - Michael Robotham.. [.. Read more here.. ].. Available:.. July 29 in Australia and New Zealand.. August 14 in the UK/ South Africa.. October 7 in Canada..  ...   STEPHEN KING.. Edge of your seat suspense and beautiful writing.. DAVID BALDACCI.. He s the real deal and we can only hope he will write faster.. VAL McDERMID.. Heart-stopping, heart-breaking, heart-wrenching.. LINWOOD BARCLAY.. Robotham doesn t just make me scared for his characters, he makes my heart ache for them.. PETER JAMES.. It is more than Michael Robotham s characters that leap off the page; he writes in a voice with a haunting sense of soul that stays with you long after you have finished.. Subscribe to Michael's Newsletter.. Valid Email Address Required.. Tweets by @michaelrobotham.. 2014 Michael Robotham.. All rights reserved.. |.. Login.. Website by Chilli Websites..

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  • Title: Books by Michael Robotham
    Descriptive info: Michael Robotham s psychological thrillers have been translated into twenty-two languages and published in more than 50 countries.. You can find the international book covers displayed under each book.. Life or Death.. Audie Palmer has spent a decade in prison for an armed robbery in which four people died.. Read More.. Watching You.. MARNIE LOGAN OFTEN FEELS LIKE SHE S BEING WATCHED.. Nothing she can quite put her finger on - a whisper of breath on the back of her neck.. Say You re Sorry.. TWO MISSING GIRLS.. TWO BRUTAL MURDERS.. ONE PERSON WHO KNOWS THE TRUTH.. When best friends Piper and Tash disappear one Sunday morning.. The Wreckage.. EX-COP VINCENT RUIZ RESCUES A YOUNG WOMAN FROM A VIOLENT BOYFRIEND.. but wakes next  ...   MACBETH IS NOT A MASTER CRIMINAL.. HE S NOT EVEN A MINOR ONE.. He s not a jewel thief.. He s not a safe-cracker.. Shatter.. THERE IS A MOMENT WHEN ALL HOPE DISAPPEARS,.. all pride is gone, all expectation, all faith, all desire.. The Night Ferry.. STRUGGLING DETECTIVE ALISHA BARBA IS TRYING TO GET HER LIFE BACK ON TRACK.. after almost being crippled by a murder suspect.. The Drowning Man (aka Lost).. ON A COLD LONDON NIGHT, HOMICIDE DETECTIVE VINCENT RUIZ IS FISHED OUT OF THE THAMES.. with a bullet in his leg and an even bigger hole in his memory.. The Suspect.. JOSEPH O LOUGHLIN APPEARS TO HAVE THE PERFECT LIFE -.. a beautiful wife, a loving daughter and a successful career..

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  • Title: Meet Michael
    Descriptive info: Born in Australia in November 1960, Michael Robotham grew up in small country towns that had more dogs than people and more flies than dogs.. He escaped in 1979 and became a cadet journalist on an afternoon newspaper in Sydney.. For the next fourteen years he wrote for newspapers and magazines in Australia, Britain and America.. As a senior feature writer for the UK s Mail on Sunday he was among the first people to view the letters and diaries of Czar Nicholas II and his wife Empress Alexandra, unearthed in the Moscow State Archives in 1991.. He also gained access to Stalin s Hitler files, which had been missing for nearly fifty years until a cleaner stumbled upon a cardboard box that had been misplaced and misfiled.. In 1993 he quit journalism to become a ghostwriter, collaborating with politicians, pop stars, psychologists, adventurers and showbusiness personalities to write their autobiographies.. Twelve of these non-fiction titles were bestsellers with combined sales of more  ...   23 languages.. He is a twice winner of the Ned Kelly Award for Australia s Crime Novel of the Year and has twice been twice shortlisted for the UK Crime Writers Association Steel Dagger and once for the CWA s acclaimed Gold Dagger award.. Michael lives on Sydney s northern beaches, where he recently moved house, swapping his pit of despair (basement office) for a cabana of cruelty - a name bestowed by his three teenage daughters, who happily poke fun at the man who feeds, clothes and caters to their every expensive whim.. Where is the justice?.. Radio Interviews.. Listen to some radio interviews that Michael has conducted in the recent past.. This text will be replaced.. In conversation with Mark Dapin.. The other woman.. Val McDermid.. Sydney Writers Festival 2012.. The Usual Suspects.. SWF May 2010.. With John Connolly (May 2010).. Hanging out with Mark Billingham.. With Kate Mosse at the Toronto IFOA.. Touring is tough: sharing a drink.. Bouchercon 2012..

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  • Title: Latest News
    Descriptive info: Latest Newsletter.. Newsletter Archive:.. Email Newsletter July 2014.. Email Newsletter November 2013.. Email Newsletter June 2013.. Email Newsletter June 2012.. Email Newsletter November 2011.. Email Newsletter June 2011.. Email Newsletter April 2011.. Email Newsletter March 2011.. Email Newsletter December 2010.. Email Newsletter June 2010..

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  • Title: Australia’s finest crime writers reveal their secrets - If I Tell You, I’ll Have to Kill You
    Descriptive info: THE AUSTRALIAN CRIME WRITERS ASSOCIATION (ACWA) presents:.. If I Tell You, I ll Have to Kill You.. FIND OUT WHERE THE BODIES ARE BURIED.. AUSTRALIA S FINEST CRIME WRITERS REVEAL THEIR SECRETS.. Whether you re a fan of crime fiction, true crime or a would-be crime writer, this collection of essays will provide laughter, understanding, insight, ideas, advice and hopefully some inspiration.. Learn about Shane Maloney s near-death experience in a freezer, Leigh Redhead s adventures as a stripper and Tara Moss taking a polygraph test to prove her doubters wrong.. There are stories of struggle  ...   as never before, along with their rules for writing and reading lists.. But beware.. They will have to kill you.. AUTHORS FEATURED INCLUDE:.. Lindy Cameron.. Peter Corris.. Marele Day.. Garry Disher.. Leah Giarratano.. Kerry Greenwood.. Katherine Howell.. Adrian Hyland.. Peter Lawrance.. Gabrielle Lord.. Barry Maitland.. Shane Maloney.. Geoff McGeachin.. Tara Moss.. Malla Nunn.. Liz Porter.. Leigh Redhead.. Michael Robotham.. Angela Savage.. Lindsay Simpson.. Want to learn more about the Australian Crime Writers Association? We welcome crime readers, writers, watchers, filmmakers, editors, publishers, reviewers and critics.. Check out.. ACWA s website.. :.. Visit ACWA on.. Twitter.. Facebook..

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  • Title: Michael Robotham upcoming appearances
    Descriptive info: Michael appears regularly at writers festivals all round the world.. Following are his upcoming scheduled appearances:.. Sydney.. Wednesday 10 September.. GORDON LIBRARY.. 6:30 to 7pm:.. Author Encounter with Michael Robotham.. Gordon Library, 799 Pacific Hwy, Gordon, 2072.. Gordon library contact: Julie Just, 9424 0119.. Ticket price: $5.. To buy or to book contact: Call 9424 0909, visit any Ku-ring-gai Library Branch or email Gordon.. library@kmc.. nsw.. gov.. au.. Event organiser at the bookstore: Scott Whitmont.. WRITE AROUND THE MURRAY.. Saturday 13 September.. 9am - 11.. 30am.. WORKSHOP.. Sustaining Tension.. Saturday 7.. 30pm.. FESTIVAL DINNER.. Sunday 14 September.. 11.. 30am-12.. 45pm.. Panel Discussion hosted by Jason Steger, featuring Michael Robotham and Adrian McKinty.. SYDNEY.. Thursday 25 September.. HORNSBY LIBRARY.. 6.. 30pm - 8.. 15pm.. AUTHOR ENCOUNTER WITH MICHAEL ROBOTHAM.. 28-44 George Street, Hornsby (library off Hunter Lane).. 00 which includes light refreshments.. To buy or to book contact: Novella Fine Books, Cards Gifts, 9489 3128.. Bookseller: Novella Fine Books, Cards Gifts, 9489 3128 - 5 Railway Ave.. Wahroonga NSW 207.. Monday 29 September.. 7 8.. PSYCHOLOGY AND CRIME: Val McDermid speaks to Michael Robotham.. The Eternity Playhouse, 39 Burton Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010.. Join two of the world s greatest thriller writers Val McDermid and Michael Robotham for an intimate conversation about psychology and crime.. Val will discuss how she holds us captive time and time again, exploring her recent novel The Skeleton Road, featuring detective Karen Pirie leading an investigation into past conflicts, false identities and buried secrets.. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.. Thursday 9 October.. 7.. 00 - 8.. 00 pm.. Cockburn Libraries and Dymocks Garden City present:.. MICHAEL ROBOTHAM - Grandmaster of thriller genre.. In conversation with Alecia Hancock, Books writer, West Australian newspaper.. Success  ...   an evening of international intrigue with two crime writers from across the globe, Michael Robotham and Louise Welsh.. The plots and characters of these two international stars seem to know no borders.. Together they bring their magic, and their suspicions, to Canada.. MORE OR LESS SOLVED.. Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 10:30am.. Waterfront Theatre.. Three seasonsed crime writers, Michael Robotham, Hilary Davidson and Ian Hamilton talk about their craft and keeping characters as old friends.. TORONTO - INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF AUTHORS.. Tuesday, October 28, 2014 - 7:30 PM.. Author appearance, Reading:.. Lakeside Terrace235 Queens Quay West.. Toronto M5J 2G8.. Cost: $18/$15 supporters/FREE students youth 25 and under.. JEFFREY DEAVER, MICHAEL ROBOTHAM AND LOUSIE WELSH read from their latest works.. Tanis Rideout hosts.. Sunday, October 26, 2014 - 4:00 PM.. Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay West.. ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION.. Three crime novelists - MICHAEL ROBOTHAM, PETER ROBINSON AND JOHN MCFETRIDGE discuss how they create suspense and develop their characters in this thrilling genre.. James Grainger hosts and moderates.. GERMAN READING TOUR.. MUNICH.. 4th November.. Lesung (dt.. /engl.. ) im Rahmen des Krimifestivals München.. deutsche Lesung: Floriane Daniel.. Moderation: Günter Keil.. Krimifestival München.. Buchhandlung Hugendubel Fünf Höfe.. Theatinerstraße 11.. 80333 München.. Tel.. 089/242968-0.. wws.. mfh@hugendubel.. de.. BRAUNSCHWEIG.. 5 November.. ) im Rahmen des Braunschweiger Krimifestivals.. Moderation: Jörg Thadeusz.. Eintritt: 16 VVK / 20 AK.. Braunschweiger Krimifestival.. Braunschweigische Landessparkasse.. Dankwardstraße 1.. 38100 Braunschweig.. HAMBURG.. 6th November.. ) im Rahmen des Hamburger Krimifestivals.. deutsche Lesung: Ulrich Noethen.. Hamburger Krimifestival.. Kulturfabrik Kampnagel.. Jarrestr.. 20.. 22303 Hamburg.. UNNA.. 7th November.. ) im Rahmen des Krimifestivals Mord am Hellweg.. Mord am Hellweg.. Kulturgut Haus Nottbeck.. Landrat-Predeick-Allee 1.. 59302 Oelde.. For full details of events and ticketing, go to my.. publisher s website..

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  • Title: FAQs with Michael Robotham
    Descriptive info: Frequently Asked Questions.. Click on a question to read the answer.. 1.. Is it true that you have ghostwritten some autobiographies of very famous people?.. 2.. Can you tell us a secret about them?.. 3.. Did ghostwriting help or hinder you as a novelist? How easy was it to shift gears?.. 4.. Ghostwriting non-fiction is very different to writing a fictional thriller.. Did you have to create a completely different mindset? How did you approach it?.. 5.. What made you decide to write psychological thrillers?.. Your plots are often quite clever and have readers guessing right until the end.. Do you map them out beforehand or do they come naturally?.. You often take minor characters from one book and make them the main character of your next one.. Why is this?.. 8.. Tell us about your latest novel LIFE OR DEATH.. 9.. How did you come up with the idea for LIFE OR DEATH?.. 10.. Joe O Loughlin is one of your most popular and enduring characters.. Why do you keep bringing him back?.. Do you have a set routine for your writing day?.. 12.. Why write in longhand? How much pre-planning goes into your work?.. 13.. Do you believe successful writing can be taught?.. 14.. How do you manage to sustain the tension? It was a real nail biter and I was guessing right up to the end.. 15.. You write in the first person and the present tense.. This is somewhat unusual, as most writers choose the third-person and the past tense.. Is there a particular reason why you use this?.. 16.. Do you have any advice for would-be writers?.. 1: Is it true that you have ghostwritten some autobiographies of very famous people?.. MICHAEL ROBOTHAM:.. I ve been lucky to work with some remarkable, mercurial, difficult, insanely funny, manic and exceptional people.. Many of these traits helped make them famous.. Some of them I can t mention but others have acknowledged my help.. I ve worked with the likes of Ricky Tomlinson (.. Ricky.. ), Lulu (.. I Don t Want to Fight.. ), Geri Halliwell (.. If Only.. ), Tony Bullimore (.. Saved.. ) and Margaret Humphreys (.. Empty Cradles/Oranges and Sunshine.. ).. 2: Can you tell us a secret about them?.. A big part of being a ghostwriter is winning people s trust.. You learn things that even their families, wives, partners and best friends don t know.. Sometimes there are tears and tantrums but hopefully, in the end, we have the truth.. That s why I keep their secrets.. 3: Did ghostwrting help or hinder you as a novelist? How easy was it to shift gears?.. Ghostwriting did more than pay the bills.. It allowed me to see if I had the discipline and wherewithal to write 100,000 words; to sit alone in a room for month after month on a single project.. It may seem odd, but I approach my novels in the same way as I approached my ghosting projects.. My characters are as real to me as any real person I have worked with.. I approach each book as if I m writing their life story.. 4: Ghostwriting non-fiction is very different to writing a fictional thriller.. I have wanted to be a novelist since I was about twelve and always saw journalism and ghostwriting as being stepping stones.. Writing fiction is a lot harder than I expected.. Instead of having a wealth of material at my fingertips - the interviews and research about someone s life I have to start from scratch, inventing everything.. There are few things more terrifying than a blank white computer screen.. I love the freedom of writing fiction but sometimes it feels like I m standing naked on a high wire above Niagara Falls with everything hanging out in the breeze.. 5: What made you decide to write psychological thrillers?.. I didn t actually set out to be a crime writer.. It might sound naive, but I just thought I was writing an interesting story.. It came as quite a shock when the label was applied.. The reason I created Joseph O Loughlin was due to my fascination with the human mind.. Everything we do and say; and everything that has ever happened or will happen in the future comes down to that few pounds of porridge we call a brain.. When Mozart wrote his symphonies, when Hitler ordered the Final Solution, when a serial killer murders young girls, or when a teenage  ...   to be paroled.. Lanigan had pulled the same stunt before two years earlier.. He escaped from jail, took a train to the mountains, spent a night under the stars and the next day waved down a paddy wagon and gave himself up.. So when he escaped for a second time March 20, 1995 nobody bothered ringing the police.. The warders thought Lanigan would spend another night away and then knock on the door saying, Let me in.. Only he didn t show up.. He s never shown up.. He s never been seen since.. Lanigan had spent 16 years in prison and was only days away from being released.. Why would he escape?.. I had to find the answer even if meant making it up.. 10: Joe O Loughlin is one of your most popular and enduring characters.. Joe has a wonderful sense of humanity and a brilliant mind, as well has having a very dry sense of humour, which is important when the subject matter is so dark.. Joe has a unique insight into human behaviour, which is important when it comes to unlocking the secrets of the mind.. He and Vincent also have a wonderful rapport.. They re very different, yet work well together.. 11: Do you have a set routine for your writing day?.. This is where everyone gets envious.. I wake without an alarm clock, wander down to the beach for some exercise and then have breakfast at a café while writing longhand.. I try to write a least 500 words a day, hopefully twice that much - and spend my evenings doing research, answering mail and correcting proofs.. 12: Why write in longhand? How much pre-planning goes into each book?.. Longhand allows me to get out of the house and mix with people.. It also has the added benefit of improving the dialogue.. Don t ask me why, but there is something about a pen and paper that makes me automatically trim sentences and come up with one-liners.. It s true what Graham Greene said that putting words on paper is the final part of the writing process.. The most important part is done almost subconsciously.. When it comes to plotting, it s the element I dislike the most about writing.. I love writing characters, dialogue and back story, the plotting does my head in because readers are so clever and can see most twists before they ever emerge.. 13: Do you believe successful writing can be taught?.. I think writing can be taught, just as tennis can be taught, or golf or painting, but showing someone the theory won t make them a great writer.. Nobody else can put words on a page for you.. It takes practice.. It takes perseverance.. Most of all it takes passion.. If you re writing for fame or fortune or posterity, prepare to be disappointed.. If you re writing because you re passionate about it, prepare for a life long love affair.. 14: How do you manage to sustain the tension? It was a real nail biter and I was guessing right up to the end.. I think the tension is sustained because it builds up so slowly.. The story is like a slow-burning fuse where there s plenty of time to meet the characters and learn about them.. The fuse burns faster and faster and explodes in the last third of the book.. By this stage, hopefully readers will really care about what happens.. 15: You write in the first person and the present tense.. First-person present-tense is definitely challenging, but I think it creates a sense of immediacy and pace which grabs the reader and makes them feel as though they are literally being drawn into an adventure that is unfolding in real time.. 16: Do you have any advice for would-be writers?.. Write, write and when you re sick of writing, write some more.. It s the only way to get better.. Read everything you can - not just the very best writers because some of them are so brilliant you will consider giving up because your prose might never match theirs.. Read the lesser writers, the mere mortals, and ask yourself how each book could be improved.. Take it apart like you would an old alarm clock.. Why does it work? Why it doesn t it work? Learn.. (With the truly great book, you won t be able to take it apart because you won t be able to find the joins.. )..

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  • Title: Contact Michael Robotham
    Descriptive info: Contact Michael.. Join Michael s.. email newsletter list.. to receive his newsletter, as well as getting information on the latest book releases, details on Michael s future appearances and more.. Publicity.. For enquires about appearances, interviews and rights, please contact:.. Australia NZ.. Jaki Arthur.. Campaign Manager - Hachette Australia.. Level 17/207 Kent Street.. Sydney NSW 2000.. Direct: +61 2 8248 0864.. Jaki.. Arthur@hachette.. com.. In the UK.. Mark Lucas.. LAW Literary Agency.. 14 Vernon Street, London W14 ORJ.. admin@lawagency.. co.. uk.. tel: +44 207 4717900.. fax: +44 207 4717900..  ...   922 1668.. fax: +1 212 922 0535.. info@inkwellmanagement.. In Europe.. Nicki Kennedy or Sam Edenborough.. Intercontinental Literary Agency.. Centric House.. 390-391 Strand.. London WC2R 0LT.. tel: +44 207 379 6611.. fax: +44 207 240 4724.. ila@ila-agency.. You can also contact Michael on email using the form below:.. Your Details.. Title.. Mr.. Mrs.. Ms.. Dr.. Prof.. ^ Valid Email Address Required.. ^ Numbers Only in this field.. I would like to receive newsletters, updates and offers via email from Michael Robotham.. Yes.. No.. Form was not submitted.. Please see errors above..

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  • Title: Life or Death the new novel by Michael Robotham
    Descriptive info: Audie Palmer has spent a decade in prison for an armed robbery in which four people died including two of the gang.. Seven million dollars has never been recovered and everybody believes that Audie knows where the money is.. For ten years he has been beaten, stabbed, throttled and threatened by prison guards, inmates and criminal gangs, who all want the answer to the same question, but suddenly Audie vanishes the day before he s due to be released.. Everybody wants to find Audie, but he s not running.. Instead he s trying to save a life.. and not just his own.. A letter from Michael.. Dear readers,.. It is ten years since my first novel THE SUSPECT was published a book that changed my life because it allowed me to become a full time writer.. Since then I ve produced a book a year, hoping to make each one better than the last.. Now I m releasing LIFE OR DEATH, a story that I ve nurtured and turned over in my mind for more than twenty years ever since I read a newspaper account of a man who had a served a long prison sentence, but escaped the day before he was due to be released.. Why, I asked myself, what could possibly be the reason?.. It took me years to come up with an answer and  ...   thriller.. Beautifully written and full of poignancy.. Literary Review (UK).. Highly original.. in a preface Robotham tells us this is the book that I was MEANT to write.. He could be right.. Weekend Sport (UK).. Damn near perfect.. The Australian.. A crime writer at the top of his game.. Sun Herald (Australia).. Robotham hits all the right notes here.. Think Michael Connelly crossed with Elmore Leonard: a cracking plot and great dialogue.. Sydney Morning Herald.. This is a terrific thriller that showcases Robotham s ability to challenge the reader s expectations and to tackle different themes and styles.. Highly recommended.. Crimewatch (New Zealand.. LIFE OR DEATH is like fine bourbon: smooth, layered, and lingering long after the final sip.. Booktopia (Australia).. There is nothing more exciting than an author operating at the peak of their powers.. With LIFE OR DEATH Robotham is doing just that.. Bite the Book (Australia).. This is far and away the thriller of the year.. it will keep you glued to the end of your reading chair,.. it will keep you guessing until the very end and, best of all, it will break your heart.. Books Publishing (Australia).. The story builds to a heart-stopping climax Robotham piles on the tension without ever going over.. the top and legions of readers should enjoy this superior example of the crime writer s art.. UK/Australia Cover.. US Cover..

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  • Title: Watching You the novel by Michael Robotham
    Descriptive info: Nothing she can quite put her finger on - a whisper of breath on the back of her neck, or a shadow in the corner of her eye - and now her life is frozen.. Her husband Daniel has been missing for more than a year.. Depressed and increasingly desperate, she seeks the help of clinical psychologist Joe O Loughlin.. Joe is concerned by Marnie s reluctance to talk about the past, but then she discovers a book packed with pictures, interviews with friends, former teachers, old flames and workmates Daniel was preparing for her birthday.. It was supposed to be a celebration of her life.. But it s not the story anyone was expecting.. Want to read more?.. Download the first chapter of Watching You.. Awards.. Shortlisted for the ABIA General Fiction Prize.. Praise for Watching You.. Marilyn Stasio, The New York Times Book Review.. Always surprising and never dull the plot is so twisted and the psychology so perverse, even the most alert reader might misread the clues.. Publisher s Weekly (US).. Robotham s disturbing eighth thriller [is a] steady and commanding book with an ending that s sure to give even the most jaded reader a shock.. EW (Entertainment Weekly).. It ll keep you guessing and gasping.. Murder By The Book (US).. Robotham tells  ...   set pieces that would have made Hitchcock blanch.. No other crime writer investigates the psychopath s compulsion with such forensic rigour or quite the same elegant and poised prose.. Sue Turnbull in the Sydney Morning Herald.. Robotham renders the ordinary extraordinary.. [and] delivers the kind of adrenalin rush a gripping thriller is expected to deliver.. South China Morning Post, Hong Kong.. Michael Robotham s series featuring clinical psychologist Joe O Loughlin mixes punchy prose, zippy dialogue and a splash of horror with well-crafted plots.. Karen Hardy in the Brisbane Times.. It was scary.. Buzz Magazine, Australia.. This is a book you won t want to put down.. Bella Magazine UK.. Robotham is on top form in this latest thriller.. Catholic Herald UK.. Michael Robotham s books have been steadily getting better and bolder.. The Australian former journalist writes clever, engaging and terrifying books that are somehow filled with sadness and soul Robotham delivers another exquisite tale.. West Australian (Perth).. Another cracking suspense yarn from one of the best in the genre will glue you till the last page.. Herald-Sun (Melbourne).. One of Australia s best crime writers delivers as usual, a page-turning thriller packed with surprises.. The Manly Daily (Sydney).. a thrilling read that will leave you gasping for breath.. Other Book Covers:.. German Cover.. Dutch Cover..

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  • Title: Newsletter
    Descriptive info: Newsletter.. Register your details now to receive information on the latest book releases, details on Michael s future appearances and more.. To unsubscribe from our newsletter list,.. click here..

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