Into the mind of a psychopathic killer
with Edgar Winner Meg Gardiner

Saturday July 18 at 10 am

Live online from the USA in conversation with LA Larkin


“Meg Gardiner’s trademark strengths…characters as real as your friends, and a plot as real as your nightmares.”

— Lee Child

Join BAD Sydney Crime Writers Festival to hear Meg Gardiner, Edgar award winner and queen of the pulse-pounding psychological thriller, discuss getting into the head of a psychopathic killer in her recently-released book The Dark Corners of the Night, with thriller writer LA Larkin. Join these two writers who get inside the heads of psychopathic killers in their writing. Discover why and how they do it.

Book your free ticket to receive an invitation link to watch the event online from with Meg Gardiner live from the USA. The event will begin at 10 am on Saturday 18 July, and attendees will receive the link by email on the morning of the event. You can download Zoom onto your device in advance of the event, or it will download when you click on the link. Please be ready with your device connected to the internet ten minutes before the event is due to start to avoid any technical delays.

If you’d like to buy a copy of The Dark Corners of the Night or of Meg’s other books go to our online book partner Booktopia.

EVENT: Meg Gardiner: Into the mind of a psychopathic killer Live Online with LA Larkin

WHEN: Saturday July 18 at 10 am 


WHERE: Zoom (Online Platform)

Meg Gardiner


Edgar-winning novelist Meg Gardiner has written fifteen best-selling thrillers that have been translated into 20 languages. Her books have been described as ‘Hitchcockian’ (USA Today) and ‘nail-biting and moving’ (Guardian). The Dark Corners of the Night, her current title, is an exhilarating thriller in which FBI profiler Caitlin Hendrix faces off against a charming, merciless serial killer. The Dark Corners of The Night is inspired by real-life serial killer Ted Bundy. Stephen King says, ‘Don’t miss it. This is a great one’.


Australian author, L.A. Larkin, has been described by James Phelan as ‘a world-class thriller writer’ and likened to Michael Crichton by The Guardian. Her new novel, PREY, reintroduces the feisty and resourceful investigative journalist Olivia Wolfe who must defeat a psychopathic killer who shares his kills on the Dark Web.

The Dark Corners of the Night

The Midnight Man appears in the darkness like a ghost, made of shadows and fear. He comes for the parents but leaves the children alive, tiny witnesses to unspeakable horror. FBI behavioral analyst Caitlin Hendrix has come to Los Angeles to assist in the Midnight Man investigation and do what she does best — hunt a serial killer. She soon realizes that this case will test not only her skills but also her dedication, for within the heart of a killer lives a secret that mirrors Caitlin’s own past.