Last chance to register for Ben Wyatt Interview

Published on Monday, 28 August 2023 at 10:48:53 AM

Come and hear Ben Wyatt in conversation with author Steve Hawke about his new novel, The Brothers Wolfe at 6pm Thursday 31 August at Boya Community Centre.

About the book: Meet the Brothers Wolfe

 Elliot Wolfe is ambitious, ruthless and living for the thrill of the deal. Athol Wolfe is a young man trying to find a place outside his big brother's shadow.

Include a maiden aunt with a long memory, a mild-mannered father reluctant to bring the family menswear business into the modern world. Bind them together in a family trust, and throw them into a melting pot of greedy entrepreneurs and high-flying criminals. Add a sexy French girlfriend with dreams of her own and a big, dark family secret - and watch it all explode.

About Steve Hawke

Steve Hawke worked for almost fifteen years for Aboriginal communities and organisations in the Kimberley. He now lives in the hills outside Perth, but continues his strong association with the Kimberley, returning most years. The Brothers Wolfe is his third adult novel.

About Ben Wyatt 

Ben Wyatt held the seat of Victoria Park in the Western Australian Parliament from 2006 until his retirement from politics at the 2021 election. He served as the Treasurer and Minister for Finance and Aboriginal Affairs in the McGowan government from 2017 until his retirement. Ben now runs a consultancy firm in partnership with his former chief of staff Roger Martin, and holds board positions on a range of corporate, sporting and charitable bodies.

Copies of the novel will be available for signing and purchase on the night courtesy of Dymocks Midland Gate.

Bookings are essential for this free event via Eventbrite. Light refreshments will be available. We suggest you bring your own keep-cup or mug for tea, coffee or water. Please advise if you have any access requirements.

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