Garry Linnell (Author, Reader)
Garry Linnell is one of Australia's most experienced journalists. Born and raised in Geelong, he has won several awards for his writing, including a Walkley for best feature writing. He has been editor-in-chief of The Bulletin, editor of The Daily Telegraph, director of news and current affairs for the Nine Network and editorial director of Fairfax. He spent four years as co-host of the Breakfast Show on 2UE and is also the author of four previous books - 'Football Ltd: The inside story of the AFL'; 'Raelene: sometimes beaten, never conquered'; 'Playing God: The rise and fall of Gary Ablett' and the bestselling 'Buckley's Chance'.
Charismatic, intelligent and handsome, George Scott is unlike any other
bushranger. Born into a privileged life in famine-wracked Ireland,
Scott's family loses its fortune and is forced to flee to New Zealand.
There, Scott joins the local militia an...[SEE MORE]