Ken Cameron was born in Tenterfield, New South Wales. He has worked as a director of film and television in Australia and the USA. He is the author of the novels THE PROVENANCE OF MADAME REY, LOST IN FRANCE and EDDIE PIKE IN PARIS, and the director of the feature films MONKEY GRIP, FAST TALKING and THE UMBRELLA WOMAN. His television directing credits include the mini-series BANGKOK HILTON, BRIDES OF CHRIST, THE OLDEST LIVING CONFEDERATE WIDOW TELLS ALL, MY BROTHER JACK and ANZAC GIRLS. He lives in Sydney and also spends time in the Quercy region of South-West France.
Second book from the weekend's reading - historical set in the timeframe and place of the Dismissal.
From the Blurb:
Canberra, November 1975.
Gough Whitlam's Labor government is in crisis. Denied supply by a hostile Senate, distracted by the desperate moves of his wayward cabinet, Whitlam is seemingly confident of prevailing and oblivious to an opposition led plot to overthrow his government.