Greed - Joanne Flack is on the run - suspected of stealing a rare African plant thought to be extinct and worth millions of dollars.
In Afghanistan, sometimes all that stands between coalition troops and death or serious injury is a dog.
History and the present collide as a man travels to Africa to learn about an ancestor who fought for a lost cause, and missing treasure
A young researcher goes missing on the banks of the Zambezi River. Her soldier father, her professor supervisor and her rich lover all want to find her
Tony Park is the author of 17 novels set in Africa and six non fiction biographies. Tony has worked as a reporter, a press secretary, a PR consultant and a freelance writer. He also served 34 years in the Australian Army Reserve including six month in Afghanistan in 2002. Tony and his wife divide their time between Sydney and southern Africa where they own a home on the border of the Kruger National Park.
Tony's 18th novel, Last Survivor, is due for release in Australia during July 2020 and the rest of the world in September 2020.
Tony is a keen supporter of several charities concerned with wildlife and people in Africa.
After a failed assassination attempt on the president of Zimbabwe mercenary Sonja Kurtz returns to her only place of refuge, the Okavango Delta. Part 1 of the Sonja trilogy...
Sonja Kurtz – former soldier, supposedly retired mercenary - is in Vietnam carrying out a personal revenge mission when her daughter sends a call for help. Part 2 of the Sonja trilogy...
British business tycoon Julianne Clyde-Smith forms an elite anti-poaching squad to save Africa’s wildlife. Who better to head it up than former mercenary Sonja Kurtz in this, the third instalment in the Sonja trilogy
Follow tales of adventure, murder and mystery as South African detective Sannie van Rensburg tracks villains from the coastal waters of Mozambique to Malawi and Kenya’s Masai Mara. Say howdy in The Hunter to hunky safari guide and private investigator Hudson Brand.
Lawyer Mike Ioannou is dead after a hit and run in Thailand. A home invasion threatens the life of medico Richard Dunlop. In Johannesburg, a car jacker nearly kills photo journalist Liesl Nel. Unrelated incidents in a dangerous world, or a link to their shared past during Rwanda’s genocide?
From a Second World War love affair and murder mystery to the turbulent times of modern Zimbabwe, follow the stories of three African families played out against the stunning backdrop of a tragically beautiful country.
Deep underground in the Eureka mine, South Africa’s zama zamas illegally hunt for gold. King of this brutal underworld is Wellington Shumba – a man who rules his pirate miners through fear of torture and death.
A bloody and tragic run-in with ivory hunters in Mozambique the year before had left Mike’s world in shreds. But now the authorities are on the poachers’ trail and they need his help to catch them.
An increasingly volatile Zimbabwe and the jungle-clad mountains of the Democratic Republic of Congo is where a dangerously charged game of cat and mouse plays out in Africa’s wildlife wars.
As well as writing novels set in Africa, Tony has branched out into writing non fiction. He’s co-written autobiographies: Part of the Pride, with South African ‘Lion Whisperer’ Kevin Richardson, War Dogs, with Aussie explosive sniffer dog handler, Shane Bryant, The Grey Man with John Curtis; and memoirs including The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda with Brian Freeman, Walking Wounded, also with Brian Freeman, and Bush Vet, with Dr Clay Wilson.
If you know someone interesting or famous who’d like their life story written (for a price), feel free to contact Tony