“One of the best novelists writing in the world today.That’s not opinion, that’s fact.” Christos Tsiolkas, author of The Slap.
Malcolm Knox as the literary editor of the SMH together with author Caroline Overington exposed both Norma Khouri and her book Forbidden Love as fakes, earning him one of his two Walkey awards for investigative journalism. He is the author and ghost-writer of many nonfiction titles about cricket, current affairs, and biography including, Boom : the underground history of Australia, from Gold Rush to GFC for which he won the Ashurst Business Literature Prize. The recent release of his nonfiction book Supermarket Monsters: The Price of Coles and Woolworths’ Dominance further demonstrates the versatility of his writing career.
Check here for more Malcolm Knox books held by Hurstville Library.
Wednesday 27 July 2015, 12.00pm
Cnr Queens Rd & Dora St, Hurstville
Bookings essential: Book here ‘what’s on’ section of the LMG website
Enquiries 9330 6111
Books available for sale and signing.