Greg Barron

Greg was born in the mountain ranges of Northern New South Wales and has also lived in Canada and the Northern Territory. He grew up reading Alistair MacLean, Tom Clancy, Robert Ludlum, Desmond Bagley, Jon Cleary, Wilbur Smith and John Le Carre and dreamed of being a writer from an early age.

He has qualifications in Education and Aquatic Science and has studied Global Terrorism through St Andrew’s University, Scotland. He has worked as a librarian, a music teacher, a primary producer, an educator in remote Indigenous communities, and played the guitar semi professionally.

Greg enjoys music, bushwalking, boating, canoeing, reading and travel, both internationally and in Australia. His writing reflects strong interests in political, social and environmental change. He lives on a small farm in Eastern Australia’s coastal hinterland with his wife and two sons.

Books:

Series: Marika Hartmann

Book Number:
3
2014
Book Number:
2
2013
Book Number:
1
2012
Review SAVAGE TIDE - Greg Barron
Karen Chisholm
Friday, October 25, 2013
Review ROTTEN GODS - Greg Barron
Karen Chisholm
Monday, April 29, 2013
Blog CR - Rotten Gods, Greg Barron
Karen Chisholm
Monday, April 22, 2013

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