Charity Norman

Charity Norman was born in Uganda, raised in the UK, and spent fifteen years as a criminal and family barrister in northeast England before – realising that her three children had barely met her – she took a break from the law and moved with her family to New Zealand. Seven novels include Richard and Judy, World Book Night and two BBC Radio 2 titles. The Secret of Strangers was shortlisted both for New Zealand’s Ngaio Marsh Awards and the Ned Kelly Award for best International Crime Fiction. Her latest, Remember Me, was released in March this year.

 

APPEARING AT: The Dangers of Coming Home
WITH: Peter Papathanasiou, Rosalie Ham and Sue Turnbull  (facilitator)
DATE: Thursday 8 September
TIME: 3.30-4.30
VENUE: Dixson Room, SLNSW

FACILITATING AT: Retribution
WITH: Michael Te Arawa Bennett and Nina D Campbell,
DATE: Saturday 10 September
TIME: 12.00-1.00
VENUE: Dixson Room, SLNSW

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