Anne Buist’s first psychological thriller, Medea’s Curse was published by Text, on January 28th 2015. The second Natalie King book, Dangerous to Know, was published by them on March 29th 2016, and both will be published by Legend Press in the UK in 2016/2017.

Anne Buist and Graeme Simsion will co-author Left Right, a romantic comedy set on the Camino de Santiago, contracted to Text Publishing and likely to be released in 2017

Natalie King books:

A dark sexy and gripping psychological thriller set in the heart of Melbourne: see Reviews and Where is she and was she? for all the latest reviews and information.

Praise for Medea’s Curse:

“A gripping ride of crime and tension” Adelaide Advertiser

“A psychological thriller with all the ingredients” Jennifer Byrne

“Crime novels and thrillers depend on strong investigators whose idiosyncrasies make them distinctive and attractively flawed…ticked these boxes.’ The Herald Sun

“A harrowing and thrilling read that will keep you on the edge of your seat” Buzzfeed

An intelligent, well paced thriller’  Adrian McKinty

‘Keeps the reader guessing to the very last page’ Lisa Hall

A plot-twisting page-turner…I was completely gripped’ Emma Healey


Short-listed for the 2016 Davitt awards

One of BuzzFeeds top 19 Australian books for 2015




4 Responses to Home

  1. Hi Anne, so lovely to see you at the Perth Writers Festival tonight. I made the mistake of starting your book when I got home and now I can’t stop!


  2. Leisa Rule says:

    Anne, I absolutely loved Medea’s Curse. I read it through the night as I couldn’t put it down. Your own professional history is fascinating to me and I can’t wait to read more of your work.
    Thank you!


    • annebuist says:

      Thank you for your kind words – delighted you enjoyed it – hope you like the next – Dangerous to Know – as much! Have a draft of the third finished as well…


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