The car containing the sleeping children left the earth. From the top of the wooded bluff, where the rain-slicked road had curved so treacherously, down to the swollen river at the base of the cliff, was easily sixty feet. There was no moon that night, only low, leaden cloud clogging the sky. As if suspended…
Fee read's Rose Carlyle's suspenseful novel of twin sisters at odds on the high seas where something bad is definitely going to happen.
"Thanksgiving is a tradition. It's also a lie." Fee reads the prize-winning novel by Tommy Orange that reveals the urban Native American experience.
Fee interviews the very busy (and very witty) Paul Cleave, shining star of Christchurch crime writing, ahead of his "How to write a killer plot" session at WORD Christchurch Festival 2021.
One is a dark fairytale set in 1940s Mexico, the other a story within a story split between the early days of Hollywood and the modern day. Fee recommends them both.