The Neighbour by Julie Proudfoot

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The Neighbour by Julie Proudfoot

14.95

Winner of the 2014 Viva La Novella Prize

When Luke is implicated in the tragic death of a child, he struggles to assert his innocence to those around him. While the accident invokes haunting memories of Luke’s late brother, who died when they were children, he strives to maintain a grip on reality as his relationships begin to unravel. Set in contemporary suburbia,The Neighbour is an astute psychological drama that offers a powerful and literary meditation on the nature of guilt and responsibility.

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Julie Proudfoot is an Australian writer and blogger who has had fiction, poetry and non-fiction works published in various journals. She holds degrees in Psychology and Sociology from LaTrobe University. She has worked as a bookseller, creative writing mentor, property manager and dental nurse. Julie now writes full time from her home in Bendigo, Victoria, where she lives with her husband and children.

Reviews

'Of all the nightmare scenarios I can think of, having a neighbour who’s a stalker would have to be one of the worst. Proudfoot’s achievement is in showing that his bizarre thoughts and actions make a kind of sense when you understand his story.' — ANZ LitLovers