J.R. Carroll was born and raised in Melbourne, where he still lives. A graduate of Melbourne University, he worked as a teacher for a number of years before turning to full-time fiction writing in the mid-eighties. His first book, about the Vietnam War was Token Soldiers, which appeared in 1983.
Don Bartholomew knew he was into crime. But he didn't know how deep-until the drugs turned up. From small-time crime to hit man for the drug gangs is a long road -- but it's worthwhile if your, briefcase holds sixty thousand dollars.
Originally published under the name of John Carroll.