Angela Savage went to Southeast Asia in 1992 on a six-month scholarship and ended up staying six years. Based in Vientiane, Hanoi and later Bangkok, she managed a HIV/AIDS prevention program for the Australian Red Cross that covered Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma and southern China. She returned home to Melbourne in 1998 determined to nurture her dream of becoming a published author.
Angela Savage recommends
Medea's Curse (2015)
(Natalie King, Forensic Psychiatrist, book 1)
"Tart noir has a new champion."
The Port Fairy Murders (2015)
(Holiday Murders, book 2)
"A dazzling mix of elegant prose, convincing period detail, and heart-stopping violence."
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