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Chris Hammer - Trust
The third riveting novel from award-winning and internationally acclaimed crime fiction author Chris Hammer.

Set in a Sydney riven with corruption and nepotism, privilege and power, Trust is the gripping new Martin Scarsden story. Chris's previous books have sold over 285,000 copies worldwide and been twice shortlisted for the ABIA General Fiction Book of the Year.

Chris will be in conversation with acclaimed author, Heather Rose.

Nov 5, 2020 07:30 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

Published by Allen & Unwin: www.allenandunwin.com
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Chris Hammer
Chris Hammer was a journalist for more than thirty years, dividing his career between Australian federal politics and international affairs. For many years he was a roving foreign correspondent for SBS TV's program Dateline. He has reported from more than thirty countries on six continents. Scrublands, his first novel, was published in 2018 and was shortlisted for Best Debut Fiction at the Indie Book Awards, shortlisted for Best General Fiction at the Australian Book Industry Awards, shortlisted for the UTS Glenda Adams Award for New Writing at the NSW Premier's Literary Awards and won the UK Crime Writers' Association John Creasey Debut Dagger Award. His second novel, Silver, was published in 2019 and was shortlisted for Best General Fiction at the Australian Book Industry Awards, shortlisted for the 2020 ABA 2 Booksellers' Choice Book of the Year Award, and longlisted for the UK Crime Writers' Association Gold Dagger Award.
Heather Rose
Heather Rose is the award winning Australian author of eight novels. Her latest novel is the bestselling political thriller Bruny. Heather writes for both adults and children. Her work spans literary fiction, crime, magical realism, satire, thriller and fantasy. Her seventh novel - The Museum of Modern Love - won the 2017 Stella Prize, Christina Stead Prize and the Margaret Scott Prize. It has been published internationally, translated into numerous languages, and is being adapted for both the stage and the screen. Heather lives by the sea in Tasmania.