June Good Reading Available Now

06 Jun 2017

The June issue of Good Reading is ready for you to read!

Sarah Bailey's The Dark Lake appeared on just about every 'Books to Look Forward to in 2017' list earlier this year. As it finally hits shelves, we asked Sarah about what it's like to reveal her flawed, vulnerable character, Detective Sergeant Gemma Woodstock, to the world. We also dropped in on Inga Simpson's subtropical writing haven in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, where she has written her first work of non-fiction, Understory, exploring the traits and histories of the trees around her.

Catch crimewriter Alan Carter on Marlborough Man, a gr reader on how Jane Harper has thrilled the literary scene with The Dry, and Ross Davies on his novel about Miles Franklin's tight-knit circle of friends. YA superstar Cassandra Clare graces our pages with an exclusive interview, and Susan Carland, who converted to Islam at the age of 19, tells us about the books that inspired Fighting Hislam: Women, faith and sexism

All this and more in the June issue of Good Reading available in print at your branch library or online in our eMagazines collection.  Use your library barcode to log in.