Cambridge Couch Conversations with Monique Gliozzi

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Vestige is a ghost story about an experienced child psychologist who receives a diary from a mysterious expatient on a surprise visit. 

Dr Maxwell Stein, a seasoned child psychologist working in New York, is about to embark on vacation with his son, but before setting off, receives a surprise visit from a mysterious ex-patient, Olivia Croft. She hands him a gift that sets off a chain of events in his subconscious mind causing him to question his sanity.

His son, Sean, is frightened by his changing attitudes but feels helpless. Can Max save himself before its too late?

Born in Dublin, Dr Monique Gliozzi, a graduate from the University of Western Australia medical school, has a keen interest in forensic sciences and psychiatry. She works as a Psychiatrist in Perth, with ties to the UWA School of Psychiatry, where she has had a role as a Senior Clinical lecturer.

Her love for teaching has granted her a nomination for an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2016.

Monique also holds an interest in aviation. She trained at the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia, where she obtained a commercial pilot licence. Following

this, Monique completed her instructor rating and is now working on a casual basis as a senior flight instructor.

Monique has only recently rekindled her passion for writing starting with the fictional thriller, Foresight followed by Hunted, and now her third book, Vestige.

Book sales and signing will be available at the event thanks to Dymocks Subiaco. 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Contact the Cambridge Library 9383 8999 or library@cambridge.wa.gov.au

When

  • Wednesday, 12 February 2020 | 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Location

Cambridge Library, 99 The Boulevard, Floreat 6014  View Map

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