Chris Uhlmann is one of Australia's best known and most respected political broadcasters. He began his career in journalism at the Canberra Times as the world's oldest copy-kid, after failed stints as a student priest, storeman and packer and security guard. He was editor of the Canberra Weekly before joining the ABC in 1998. As political editor of the ABC's flagship current affairs program, 7.30, he has earned a reputation for his fearless pursuit of the nation's politicians.
POLITICS JUST GOT DEADLY.
A body pulled from the murky waters of Lake Burley Griffin links Canberra, Beijing and Washington in a titanic struggle where war is just a mouse click away.
Veteran reporter Harry Dunkley is chasing the scoop of his career, hunting for his best friend's killer. Navigating treacherous political waters where a desperate minority government edges ever closer to disaster, he delves into a cyber world where there are no secrets.
Friendship and loyalty give way to betrayal and revenge as Dunkley stumbles into the sights of the mandarins who wield real power - and who'll stop at nothing to retain it.
Political insiders Steve Lewis and Chris Uhlmann bring biting wit and behind-the-headlines insights to this sharply observed sequel to the bestselling The Marmalade Files, once again lifting the veil on the lust and lies that stain the corridors of power.
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