Julian Leatherdale’s first love was theatre. On graduation, he wrote lyrics for four comedy cabarets and a two-act musical. Julian discovered a passion for popular history as a staff writer, researcher and photo editor for the 16-volume Time-Life’s Australians At War series in the late 1980s. Julian was an image researcher at the State Library of New South Wales and wrote policy briefs for the NSW Premier in The Cabinet Office. He was the public relations manager for a hotel school in the Blue Mountains where he lives with his wife and two children.
Palace of Tears (2015)
The Opal Dragonfly (2018)
Death in the Ladies' Goddess Club (2020)