Greg Barron has lived in both North America and Australia, and studied International Terrorism at Scotland's prestigious St Andrew's University. He has visited five of the world's seven continents, once canoed down a flooded tropical river, and crossed Arnhem Land on foot. Greg's writing reflects his 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.
Praise for Greg Barron's novels: 'A superlative political thriller' - Rob Minshull, ABC 'Barron echoes the work of authors such as MacLean, Clancy and Ludlum.' - Canberra Times 'Barron has written a thriller that entertains but also for those wanting more, a thought-provoking polemic.' - Courier-Mail 'A darkly imaginative page-turner.' - Bookseller+ Publisher 'Entertaining, provocative.' - Daily Telegraph