The Between the Lines Festival organisers are thrilled to include much-loved author Charity Norman to our line up.
Charity was born in Uganda, and grew up in the UK. After several years of travel Charity trained as a barrister specialising in crime and family law. She moved to NZ in 2002 with her husband and three children.
Her first novel, Freeing Grace, was published in 2010. Her novel See You in September was shortlisted for Best Crime Novel in the 2018 Ngaio Marsh Awards for Crime Fiction.
Charity has just published her sixth novel, The Secrets of Strangers.
Listen to the fascinating tales from this award-winner author in the ballroom of the elegant Ashcott Homestead - tickets are very limited. Ticket price includes a glass of wine on arrival sponsored by C J Pask.
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