Born in Sydney, John Suter Linton began his media career as an office boy with Radio Station 2GB at the age of seventeen, and went on to work as a radio journalist in Wollongong and Tamworth. He moved into television in 1984, writing for 'Sons and Daughters', 'Neighbours', 'Late Night Oz' and developing the pilot for 'Australia's Most Wanted'. He did a stint as publicist for ABC television, Marketing Manager of ABC Radio and in recent times has been media adviser on environmental issues for the NSW State Government. In 1997, his first true crime book 'The Stranger You Know' about the Kim Barry murder was published. He is currently working on three forthcoming titles.
Slipping this one in as a bit of a change of pace from fiction.
From the Blurb:
In this tell-all book, discover how the justice system works and why, at times, the innocent are convicted and the guilty set free.
Bill Hosking looks back at his career as a criminal barrister in a candid account of his time at the bar. He tells the true story behind some of his most famous cases, including the Hilton bombings, ‘Toecutter’ Jimmy Driscoll’s attempt to avoid prison time, and the Anita Cobby trial.