Suzanne Falkiner Books & Biography
Suzanne Falkiner is a Sydney writer. After growing up on a sheep station in central western New South Wales, she spent several years travelling in Asia, Europe and South America, and living in Paris, Umbria, and New York. Suzanne is the author of 13 books, most recently, Mick: A Life of Randolph Stow, which was short-listed for several biography awards. It was while researching this last book that she discovered the story of Rose de Freycinet, as she walked on a remote beach at Shark Bay in Western Australia. She has always had a fondness for beachcombing in distant places, for which biographical research provides a wonderful excuse.