Before becoming a novelist, Michael Robotham was an investigative journalist working across America, Australia and Britain, and with clinical and forensic psychologists as they helped police investigate complex, psychologically driven crimes. Michael's 2004 debut thriller, The Suspect, sold more than 1 million copies around the world. It is the first of nine novels featuring beloved Joe O'Loughlin. Good Girl, Bad Girl and When She Was Good are the first two books in a new series featuring forensic psychologist Cyrus Haven. Michael is the only Australian to win the UK's prestigious Gold Dagger Award twice - for Good Girl, Bad Girl and Life or Death. When She Was Good won the 2021 Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award and Good Girl, Bad Girl was shortlisted for the 2020 Edgar Award for Best Novel. In 2020, The Secrets She Keeps was adapted for television. He lives in Sydney.
This is one of the many and yet 'different' stories, hidden in the
talented mind of Michael Robotham. Fiction? Yes. Believable?
Absolutely. Thank you for using your talent to highlight a very
real problem. -- Fran Spears * [ONLINE] Starts at 60 Book club
Michael Robotham's latest thriller is a roller-coaster ride of suspense and plot twists. -- Gerard Healy * [ONLINE] The Queensland Reviewers Collective *
If I could give you one word of advice, it would be to not settle down with Michael Robotham's brand new thriller When You Are Mine, unless you are planning to stay up all night. -- LAURA BRODNIK * [ONLINE] Mamamia *
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With complex and charismatic characters, a twisty and unexpected plot, effortless writing and clever and witty dialogue, this is perhaps my favourite ever Michael Robotham book. -- Deborah Cook * [ONLINE] Debbish.com *
As usual, Robotham's superior writing, clever plotting and credible characters help elevate the book into something more substantial than the usual crime novel. Recommended. -- Jeff Popple * ACT [PRINT] Canberra Weekly *
Australian author Robotham, who has sold more than six million copies of his thrillers, delivers again with a pacy tale that ratchets up the tension and refuses to be put down. -- Alison Walsh * QLD [PRINT] The Courier Mail *