A MISTAKE: CARL SHUKER
Set in the high intensity environment of the operating theatre, Carl Shuker’s thriller A Mistake, viscerally takes on human fallibility in a world seemingly set on black and white surety. The Wellington-based Shuker, who The New York Times once called “brash and fearless”, has written four other novels, among them The Method Actors, The Lazy Boys and Anti Lebanon, and spent seven years content editing at The British Medical Journal. He discusses the ideas that infuse his work and the development of his craft with Simon Wilson.
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