Tony Park

    Australia, New South Wales, Sydney

    Tony Park was born in 1964 and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. He has worked as a newspaper journalist in Australia and the UK, a government press secretary, freelance writer and a PR consultant. He served 34 years in the Australian Army Reserve including a six-month tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2002. He and his wife, Nicola, divide their time between their home in Sydney, and southern Africa, where they own a home on the edge of the Kruger National Park Tony is the author of 21 thriller novels set in Africa. His latest novel, Vendetta is out now. There is more information about Tony at and on Facebook, Instgram and Twitter as @tonyparkauthor. Praise for Tony Park “Wilbur Smith…fans will not be disappointed to have found a spiritual heir,” The Times, London “Tony Park is Australia’s premier adventure writer.” Canberra Weekly “One of our best and most consistent thriller writers.” Sydney Morning Herald “Since Wilbur Smith in his heyday, no one has written as well about southern Africa than Tony Park.” Crime Review (UK) The Delta: “Break-neck in pace, with narrow escapes from death on every page, its charm is infectious.” Daily Mail, UK “Tony Park exudes a love and deep knowledge of southern Africa in every line and character he creates in his books.” The Citizen, South Africa. “By far the best writer on modern southern Africa.” Crime Review (UK) Far Horizon “Watch your back, Wilbur,” Qantas, The Australian Way Zambezi: “a compulsive page turner” Sydney Morning Herald. African Sky: “Rootin’ tootin reading” Sun-Herald Safari: “He just gets better and better” Sun-Herald Silent Predator: “Memorably exciting” Sydney Morning Herald The Prey: “Another ripping yarn based on realistic scenarios,” Daily Telegraph An Empty Coast: “Another winner which will keep you turning pages.” Crime Review UK Red Earth: “One helluva fine thriller.” Booklist (US) The Cull: “A fascinating insight into a life and death struggle.” Daily Telegraph Captive: “A compelling and fascinating read.” Sunday Tribune Scent of Fear: “A first-rate thriller.” Canberra Weekly Ghosts of the Past: “A fabulous tale of betrayal, greed, intrigue and love.” Drum Magazine, South Africa Last Survivor: “Sure-footed plotting and regular gunfire makes this one of Park’s best books. Recommended.” Canberra Weekly.