Tony Park has worked as a newspaper reporter, a government press secretary, a PR consultant and a freelance writer. He is also a Major in the Australian Army Reserve and served in Afghanistan in 2002. Tony and his wife divide their time between Sydney and southern Africa where they own a home on the border of the Kruger National Park.
A place, a city, a country aren't just backdrops to a story but are vital characters in any novel. Tony Park, author of Red Earth, picks his favourite crime books from around the world. Travel to Namibia, medieval Japan and beyond in these international whodunnits.
Sydney friends, evening launch of my new novel, #Captive -Thursday April 5, 6-8pm, Hyde Room, St James Hotel, 114 C… https://t.co/JLD0fJCbNG
by @tonyparkauthor - 4 hours ago
A kind reader shared this pic from @Dymocksbooks in Joondalup, #Perth. Keep an eye out for these displays in your l… https://t.co/ZgGtC69o7Q
@lalarkinauthor actually join us at the city launch, april 5 , 6pm hyde room, st james hotel, 114 castlereagh st
by @tonyparkauthor - yesterday
@lalarkinauthor come along!
@JayD1313 thanks so much as always for your support jay!
by @tonyparkauthor - 3 days ago
Sydney friends, I'm having an evening launch of my new novel, 'Captive', Thursday April 5, 6-8pm, th...
by @TonyParkAuthor - 3 days ago
Zimbabwean friends, here's some early notice - I'll be speaking at the 90th anniversary function for...
by @TonyParkAuthor - 5 days ago
Thirty-six years ago this little dittie by some Russian dude (ironically the enemy at the time) suck...
My new favourite bookshop in Toowoomba
by @TonyParkAuthor - 6 days ago
A kind reader just shared this pic from Dymocks in Joondalup, Perth. Keep an eye out for these displ...