Tony Park is the author of twenty novels set in Africa and ninex 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 is a keen supporter of several charities concerned with wildlife and people in Africa.
“Since Wilbur Smith in his heyday, no one has written as well about southern Africa than Tony Park.”
Crime Review (UK)
Ex-mercenary Sonja Kurtz is out for revenge after her daughter Emma is assaulted by an abalone poacher while on a beachside holiday near Cape Town.
Peter's love of animals, especially horses, shines through in his many touching stories about the four-legged friends who have loomed large in his long life.
With poaching spiralling out of control, retired South African general Johan Jooste was given the mandate to ‘go military’, to convert Kruger’s ranger corps into a para-military force capable of taking the fight to poachers.
Evil is stalking South Africa's Sabi Sand Game Reserve when a live lockdown webcast of a safari drive exposes them to the brutal reality of rhino poaching
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; The Lost Battlefield of Kokoda and Walking Wounded, with Brian Freeman; Bush Vet, with Dr Clay Wilson, and Courage Under Fire, with Daniel Keighran VC.
If you know someone interesting or famous who’d like their life story written (for a price), feel free to contact Tony