Meaghan Wilson Anastasios

Meaghan spent her formative years in Melbourne before travelling and working as an archaeologist in the Mediterranean and Middle East.  She holds a PhD in art history and cultural economics, has been a lecturer at the University of Melbourne and was a fine art auctioneer.

More recently, Meaghan has been seduced by the dark side and now uses her expertise to write and research for film and TV.  She lives in inner-city Melbourne with her husband and their two children.

The Water Diviner was her first novel, which she co-wrote with her husband Andrew.  The Honourable Thief introduces archaeologist and adventurer Benedict Hitchens and the  The Emerald Tablet continues his story. Adventure

Read  about Meaghan here on her webpage