Jane Caro: The Mother Sat 10 Sep, 11am
Jane Caro, the Walkley Award–winning journalist, social commentator and author, sheds light on her first novel for adults The Mother, a gripping domestic thriller with a moral dilemma at its core. Described as ‘passionate, vivid and unsettling’ (Suzanne Leal), The Mother is an absorbing tale of a young family in danger and the mother who will do anything to save them. With Monica Dux.
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