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By: A.F. Finch


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Imagine forgetting your life. No memory, no idea about anything.

The year is 1937, a young Sydney University professor (Francis Arthur Hildebrandt) wakes up on a beach with a gash on the back of his head. He was about to marry the love of his life, (Aurelia) but he doesn’t remember her. Within a blink of an eye, he falls in love again with a red diamond and then again with a local girl (Nancy MacKinnon). The professor hardly knows his own thought process, let alone a tale of childhood trauma, social isolation, controversy and an auburn-haired beauty.

Thomas Krahe makes swift work of his culpability. Luring, playing, beguiling and eventually unravelling the professor’s dark yet winsome past. Death occurs and so does guilt.

Whatever you do, I will always see. My eyes never close.

PS. Where is Aurelia…?

– Mortimer Frysk

Adam Finch was born in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, New South Wales, and spent his childhood telling his mother that he will one day write a book. After finishing school, he leapt into all different fields of study, from hospitality, teaching history and, at one point, wanting to be an MD. Some would say that writing was his last resort, others, more aware, would say that writing was always there, it just took a winding route to rediscover his oldest passion. This, combined with ambition, has brought about his newest novel, Aurelia.

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