Writing Podcast Episode 506: Sulari Gentill on her murder mystery ‘The Woman in the Library’.

Sulari Gentill on her murder mystery The Woman in the Library and her unique way of writing. Wait till you hear this! Also, how to free up your novel writing by putting on a playwright's hat. And do you say “by accident” or “on accident”? Plus win your very own copy of Runt by Craig Silvey.

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Writer in residence: Sulari Gentill

Sulari Gentill is the author of The Woman in the Library and other novels, including the award-winning and best-selling Rowland Sinclair Mysteries, the Greek mythology based The Hero Trilogy, and winner of the Best Crime award at the 2018 Ned Kelly Awards.She originally set out to study astrophysics, graduated in law, and then abandoned her legal career to write books instead of contracts.

Born in Sri Lanka, Sulari learned to speak English in Zambia, grew up in Brisbane and now lives in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains of NSW where, with her historian husband, she grows French black truffles, cares for a variety of animals and raises two wild colonial boys. Sulari also paints, but only well enough to know she should write, preferably in her pyjamas.

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