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Sulari Gentill: The Woman in the Library

Fri 9 Sep, 6.30pm

Author of the award-winning Rowland Sinclair Mysteries and The Hero Trilogy, Sulari Gentill turns her eye to the complicated nature of friendship in The Woman in the Library, a twisty, self-referential literary thriller. Join her as she discusses her scintillating work of metafiction. With Robert Gott .

In partnership with Vision Australia Library

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