Acclaimed Author Talk at Lesmurdie Library

Published on 29 January 2018

Be entertained and inspired by WA romance author Anthea Hodgson as she shares insight into her latest novel, ‘The Cowgirl’ at Lesmurdie Community Library.

‘The Cowgirl’ introduces Teddy Broderick who is committed to her busy life in the country, with dreams of another life, a world beyond the farm gate. Archaeologist Will Hastings comes to the farm to dig up Teddy’s grandmother’s childhood home. Teddy and Will both work to expose past secrets unearthing a whole world of buried treasures.

Hodgson, who grew up in WA’s wheatbelt, is the acclaimed author of rural romance novel ‘The Drifter’.

Mayor John Giardina said, “We are fortunate to host some amazing talent here in the City.  This is a fantastic opportunity for book lovers to come along and enjoy what is to be an insightful and entertaining evening.”

This free event, co-hosted by Penguin Random House, will be held on Tuesday 6 March from 6.30pm to 7.30pm. Attendees are invited to arrive at 6.15pm for some light refreshments.

Bookings are essential, so book online at For more information, contact the City of Kalamunda on 9257 9976 or

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