Chloe Hooper

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Chloe Hooper
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Born Chloe Melisande Hooper
(1973-10-26) 26 October 1973 (age 42)
Melbourne, Australia
Occupation Novelist, journalist
Language English
Nationality Australian
Education Lauriston Girls' School
Alma mater University of Melbourne
Columbia University
Years active 2002–present

Chloe Melisande Hooper (born 26 October 1973) is an Australian author.

Her first novel, A Child’s Book of True Crime (2002), was short-listed for the Orange Prize for Literature and was a New York Times Notable Book. In 2005, she turned to reportage and the next year won a Walkley Award for her writing on the 2004 Palm Island death in custody case. The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island (2008) is a non-fiction account of the same case.

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  • A Child's Book of True Crime (2002)
  • The Tall Man: Death and Life on Palm Island (2008)[1] (released as The Tall Man:The Death of Doomadgee in the USA)
  • The Engagement (2012)

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