A dark and twisted take on some classic fairy-tale characters, Keith Austin's brand-new novel will have you on the edge of your seat as you find out if there really is such a thing as Happy Ever After . . .
A Cockney born and bred, Keith Austin's first job involved standing waist deep in a vat full of live eels. He quickly turned to journalism and began an international career which has taken him from The Sunday Times in London, via the China Daily newspaper in Beijing, to the Sydney Morning Herald where he was chief sub before turning to writing. He is now concentrating full time on writing.
"Snow, White is a different and disturbing read . . . Definitely worth a look for fans of the morbid and macabre" * WeLoveThisBook.com * "A world of heroes, villains and blood-curdling horror. I was hooked from the first page through to the very last . . . make sure the lights are turned on and the windows and doors are firmly locked!" * Guardian Children's Books * "[Keith Austin] is an upcoming writer to watch out for; Australia's very own Neil Gaiman . . . there are so many things I love about this book." * Oz Books For Teachers * "A chilling and involving read" * South China Post *