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Michael Robotham Author Encounters

Michael Robotham - Good Girl, Bad Girl

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An unnerving psychological thriller from one of the greatest crime writers of today, Good Girl, Bad Girl is about a girl with no past, discovered hiding in a secret room in the aftermath of a shocking crime. Forensic psychologist Cyrus Haven, a man haunted by his own past, is investigating one case when another threatens to disrupt it and destroy his ordered life.

Former investigative journalist Michael Robotham, winner of the prestigious Gold Dagger Award, has written 13 crime novels, the first of which, The Suspect, sold more than 1 million copies around the world.

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  • Geelong Library and Heritage Centre Tuesday, 13 August 2019 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

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