Reece Pocock is an Australian crime and historical fiction writer with an Advanced Diploma of Arts (Professional Writing) from Adelaide College of Arts. He served in the army before embarking on a business career, afterwards he worked in finance before taking on a career as a novelist. Won first prize for his short story The Girl in the Red Beret in the Burnside Library short story contest. Highly commended for his Screenplay, The Soldiers in the Di Cranston Award and won the Wildscreen Award for his play Awake to Murder in the US.
"A great read for everyone who enjoys real dramatic war stories
filled with love, pain and retribution of the soul..." Ben,
"Refugee is a moving, stunning piece of literature that enthralled, entertained and enchanted me from the very first page..." Aimee, IndieBook reviewer.
"What I liked most about this book was that as I read it, I got so engrossed in it that I felt like I was a silent character who was following the protagonist everywhere..." Rose, Indiebook reviewer.
"Reece Pocock creates a fine study of how ordinary people are swept along by political and military events over which they have no control, but which continue to colour their daily lives..." Boris of Adelaide