Mum had a stalker and it inspired my debut crime novel: Greg Woodland
Greg Woodland is a scriptwriter, director and once upon a time…an aspiring punk rocker. After a number of his script projects, including one picked up by Disney, didn’t make it to production he turned to crime fiction to tell his stories. His debut THE NIGHT WHISTLER, dubbed a rural gothic noir, was actually adapted from a script he’d written and inspired in part from a real life crime his mum endured.
His second book THE CARNIVAL IS OVER has a few characters carry over from The Night Whistler…and is set in the same fictionalised town in NSW’s New England region.
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Produced and hosted by Emily Webb author of:
- Suburban True Crime: Cases you’ll never forget and some you’ve never heard of
- Suburban True Crime (audiobook)
- Angels of Death: Doctors and Nurses Who Kill
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