Erin finds a great, great love. Soon after she decides to get married, she has dinner in Lakemba with her parents.
By day, Erin Riley’s a social worker – having spent most of the last decade working in community aged care. By night, Erin’s a skivvy-wearing fanatic, a Scandinavian crime drama aficionado, Americana folk music-listener and a real kitchen top. A dedicated reader, wrestling fan, swimmer of laps and lover of food, in a former life Erin was an aspiring golfer, and once was an editor of UNSW’s student newspaper, Tharunka. She’s regained a love of writing after devouring Fiona Wright’s back catalogue, Alexander Chee’s short stories and finishing Rebecca Makkai’s The Great Believers in almost one bite.
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