28 Apr Homicide investigator memoir continues to touch hearts
More great praise for Belinda Neil’s powerful Under Siege this weekend, including reviews in The Sun-Herald and The Sunday Age, plus this corker in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Spectrum and The Canberra Times’ Panorama:
“This sobering account… should be mandatory reading for every police recruit as pre-emptive therapy, and to those in charge to help them better recognise early symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.”–Fiona Capp. Read the full review here.
It’s not too late to book tickets to hear Belinda’s incredible story firsthand at these events in NSW and Victoria.
Tuesday 29 July, 12.30pm: Dymocks Literary Lunch, Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney. Book with Judy Benson on 02 9449 4366 or email@example.com.
Thursday 31 July, 6pm: Collins on Maude Booksellers presents an evening with Belinda Neil at the GV Hotel, 223 High St, Shepparton. Proceeds of ticket sales will go to local youth suicide prevention charity Leading from Within. Book by telephoning 03 5822 2679 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday 1 August, 7.30am: Breakfast with Belinda Neil at the Shamrock Hotel, Williamson St, Bendigo. Presented by Strath Village Newsagency. Bookings at 03 5443 4054. Proceeds of ticket sales and part-proceeds of book sales benefit the Victorian Blue Ribbon Foundation.
Tuesday 5 August, 12.30pm: Talks@Willoughby presents Belinda Neil at Chatswood Library, Victoria Avenue, Chatswood. Bookings: 9777 7900 or email email@example.com