A profic writer in different genres, fiction and non-fiction, Robert Gott has published many books for children. He has written several crime novels, two of which have been shortlisted for the Ned Kelly award for best crime fiction. They include William Power series set in 1940s Australia and more The Holiday Murders, a political and historical crime novel set in 1943 but with some surprisingly contemporary resonances, the first of three featuring Detective Joe Sable and Constable Helen Lord. His latest in the series is the Autumn Murders published in June 2019.
APPEARING AT: History mysteries
WITH: Peter Doyle, Sulari Gentill and Rachel Franks (facilitator)
DATE: Sunday 8 September
TIME: 11.15- 12.10
VENUE: Macquarie Room