Heather Rose was born in Tasmania and began her professional writing career at the age of 16 when she had an article published in the Hobart Mercury. She has travelled and lived in Europe, and on returning to Melbourne worked as an advertising copyrighter. In 1996 she returned to Tasmania with her husband and their two children.
In 2004 she was name the Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman of the Year for her successful advertising agency Coo'ee Tasmania.
Titles in the Library
If you are studying The Butterfly man the following book will be of interest:
- A Different class of murder: the story of Lord Lucan by Laura Thompson
The Butterfly man
- Guinness, Daphne 2005, 'Strange visitations' in The Sydney Morning Herald
- Reading Matters Blog, The Butterfly man by Heather Rose
The Museum of Modern love
- Raynor, A. 2106, 'The Museum of Modern Love' in Readings Bookshop 'Reviews'
The River wife
- Rafael, S.W. 2009, 'The River wife: Heather Rose' in Readings Bookshop Reviews
The following newspaper articles may help with any research you undertake on Lord Lucan:
- MacIntyre, Ben, 2016, 'Why the fascination will never fade: Lord Lucan gave us all hope of the great escape', The Weekend Australian, 6-7th February, p.11.
On February 3rd 2016 the High Court in London officially declared Lord Lucan was dead. The following obituary was published in The Times and then replicated in The Australian.
- 'The End of a scoundrel' 2016, The Australian, February 5, p. 11.
Additional material on Lord Lucan
- '40 years ago Lord Lucan disappeared - but where did he go' (2014) in The Irish Times. Contains information on what is known and some of the most "popular" theories surrounding Lord Lucan's disappearance.
- Sandra Rivett. The Huffington Post, U.K. has collated a series of articles about the murder of nanny Sandra Rivett and ongoing speculation about Lord Lucan.