Writers @ Stanton: Donald Grant
Venue: Stanton Library
In 'Killer instinct', forensic psychiatrist Donald Grant asks, what is it about murder that fascinates us? Grant describes ten true murder cases, each with unique triggers. For most of us, murder is an arm’s length experience, close enough to frighten and fascinate yet far enough not to traumatise. For those directly affected, murder can be scarring.
The book gives a compelling insight into the world of killers, forensic psychiatry and the legal system, including the difficulties of predicting dangerousness.
Please note: Due to the topic of this book, circumstances surrounding real murder cases will be discussed during the event, which may be distressing to some attendees.
The author talk is followed by question time and the opportunity for book signing.
There is seating for 100 people and standing room is available.
Seating is on a first come, first served basis.
If you have specific accessibility or seating requirements, please contact the library prior to the event.
31 May 2018 at 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
New South Wales