Biographer falls hook, line and sinker for Corones saga

Fran Harding catches up with Terri Eckel while signing copies of The Accidental Australians in the lobby of Hotel Corones.

WRITERS OFTEN say they don’t pick their subjects, their subjects choose them. Fran Harding didn’t stand a chance from the moment her pharmacist husband Gordon installed her in the School of Arts in September 1984.

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