The author of the thriller ‘Intruder’ will be in Katherine tomorrow to tell her story.
The book started out as a dream, author Leonie Johnson, just could not shake.
And tomorrow at the Katherine Library at 11am Ms Johnson will tell the story of how she came to write the book while driving across Australia in a 1960’s red Triumph.
This year, Ms Johnson is on her book tour, visiting all of the places she stopped at while writing.
This is the second time the author will be in Katherine.
‘Intruder’ is a thrilling psychological game of cat and mouse about Emily Moore.
Emily Moore is an everyday housewife with a loving husband and family, until one day an unexpected encounter with an intruder turns her life on its head.
Was it a chance brush with fate, or did she fit his criteria?
Emily unintentionally finds herself thrust into the limelight as a resilient and powerful role model for abuse victims.
She continues to be an empowered strong role model as she attempts to reclaim her life and lost years as a mother.
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