Frenemies Sun 11 Sep, 12pm
The intricate, often duplicitous, webs of friendship and community are central in the gripping new crime fiction novels by Sulari Gentill and Hayley Scrivenor. Gentill’s The Woman in the Library is a twisty, self-referential literary thriller that examines the complicated nature of friendship. Scrivenor’s mystery novel Dirt Town oscillates between differing points of view to build to an unbearable tension surrounding a young girl’s disappearance in a small regional town. They speak with Ellen Cregan about their propulsive new stories.
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