SUSAN DUNCAN has had a 25-year career spanning radio, newspapers and magazines. After her brother and first husband died, however, she quit journalism and eventually wrote the bestselling memoir Salvation Creek, which explores grief and loss and finding a place to belong. She eventually branched out to fiction with her novels The Briny Café and its follow-up Gone Fishing.
Her latest novel, Sleepless in Stringybark Bay returns to the same world as her other novels. It’s a page-turning mystery …