It is with much pleasure that Wellington City Libraries will be hosting an evening with popular Australian suspense/thriller writer Michael Robotham on Thursday 27th August 2015 at 6.00pm on the ground floor, Central Library, 65 Victoria Street.
He started his career as a journalist in Sydney, later moving to the United Kingdom where he worked for several national newspapers, finally becoming a features editor. From 1996 he became a ghost writer, collaborating on over fifteen ‘autobiographies’.
His first novel titled, The Suspect was published in 2002 and became an instant best-seller, translated into 22 languages.
A recipient of many awards for crime writing, he has published a further 9 novels. Life and Death published in 2014 has now been followed by his most recent titled, Close your Eyes.
We invite you to join us and the many readers who enjoy Michael’s work at the Central Library on the 27th August 2015. Michael will speak about his work, and will be available for questions. This is free event but we recommend booking. Please RSVP to Linda Bruce by phone: 801 4065 or email: Linda.Bruce@wcc.govt.nz.