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Publisher's Summary

Following the success of her debut crime thriller The Dry, Jane Harper talks to Audible about the path that lead her to become a celebrated novelist and her approach to writing a best-selling debut.

We explore the socio-political issues raised within the novel and discuss the much anticipated film adaptation, now in development. Tune in for this and a taste of what is to come from Jane and her protagonist, Aaron Falk.

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interesting interview with Jane Harper


interesting hearing how Jane Harper came to write her magnificent debut novel THE DRY

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This book is narrated well by the author. I will listen to it again with out any reservation

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