This episode is a presentation from the Bad Sydney Crime Writers Festival 2021, with an introduction by Andy Muir and Suzanne Leal.
"Close Encounters with a Murderer"
How does having a friend murdered and knowing the murderer affect you? One of Australia’s best-known novelists, Robert Drewe, talks to Nicole Abadee about his personal experiences with serial killer Eric Cooke and his family, in suburban Perth, in the early 1960s.
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"Crime Writers Talking Books for Lismore Library" With Candice Fox, Chris Hammer and Michael Robotham