Michael Robotham walks us through the twists and turns of his brilliant career, in conversation with Wheeler Centre director Michael Williams.
The ninth novel from journalist turned ghostwriter turned crime writer Michael Robotham was described in the Australian as his darkest yet, ‘with chilling gothic set pieces that would have made Hitchcock blanch’.
Michael Robotham’s stellar career has seen him ghost write a number of famous autobiographies, twelve of them becoming Sunday Times bestsellers. His move into crime fiction has been phenomenally successful, with his books selling millions of copies worldwide. His previous novel, Say You’re Sorry, also featuring psychologist Joe O’Loughlin, was named by Stephen King as one of his best books of 2012.
Michael Williams is the Director of the Wheeler Centre.