Books you can't put down ....
Caroline Overington is a best-selling Australian author - and an award winning journalist.
She's currently working as the associate editor of the iconic Australian Women's Weekly.
Caroline has previously worked for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian and Good Weekend; and The Weekend Australian Magazine.
She is a two-time winner of the Walkley Award for Investigative Journalism; a winner of the Sir Keith Murdoch prize for excellence in journalism; and of the Blake Dawson Prize.
She has written two non-fiction books and five novels, all proudly published by Random House in Australia and the UK.
Caroline is the mother of delightful, 13-year-old twins. She lives in Bondi with her family, a blue dog and a lizard.
Caroline was raised in Melton on the outskirts of Melbourne, Victoria. She attended this school: Melton South Primary on Exford Road.
This is the grade two-and-three composite class at Melton South Primary ... that's Caroline, third from the left in the front row, wearing red tights.