The Hidden Hours: Butler author Foster to talk about new book at Woodvale Library

The Hidden Hours: Butler author Foster to talk about new book at Woodvale Library

BEST-SELLING psychological suspense writer Sara Foster will share stories at Woodvale Library on July 18.

The Butler author’s latest book The Hidden Hours has been described as “an enthralling mystery that will keep readers guessing to the end”.

Set between London and outback WA, it tells of Arabella Lane, a senior executive at a children’s publisher who is found dead in the Thames on a winter’s morning after the office Christmas party.

No one is sure whether she jumped or was pushed but the one person who may know the truth is the office temp, Eleanor.

Eleanor has travelled to London to escape her traumatic childhood in outback Australia.

The Meet the Author event will run from 6pm to 7pm, followed by refreshments.

Cost is $4. Book at joondalup@dymocks.com.au or call 9400 4751.

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