Noel George Tuckey was born in Wau, New Guinea and began a distinguished writing career as a freelance journalist and columnist at age 35, contributing articles to motoring and boating publications based in Japan, England, New Zealand and Australia.
A brilliant, fast action novel from the prolific pen of Noel Tuckey, which explores the hidden world of the elusive Tasmanian Tiger, presumed extinct since 1936. Incredibly, new pictures are captured deep in the rainforest of this unique marsupial, and a doubting world is stunned by their release.
Based on actual events, gripping battles erupt between conservationists desperately working to save the species, a government corrupted by multinational oil search barons, and the mysterious CEO of the Barrandelli Bio-Link Foundation. Then a strange prehistoric animal is taken alive from the deep Pacific Ocean. A banquet of this new seafood poisons a group of Chinese political leaders, and a covert international hunt is organised to capture the last surviving tigers, in a desperate bid to save the dying politicans.