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Garry Linnell

Garry Linnell

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Garry Linnell is one of Australia’s most experienced journalists. Born and raised in Geelong, he has won several awards for his writing, including a Walkley for best feature writing. He has been editor-in-chief of The Bulletin, editor of The Daily Telegraph, director of news and current affairs for the Nine Network and editorial director of Fairfax. He spent four years as co-host of the Breakfast Show on 2UE and is also the author of four previous books - ‘Football Ltd: The inside story of the AFL’; ‘Raelene: sometimes beaten, never conquered’; ‘Playing God: The rise and fall of Gary Ablett’ and the bestselling 'Buckley's Chance'.

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02 Oct
2020

Sutherland, NSW

Books by Garry Linnell

Buckley's Chance

The greatest Australian story never told - until now.

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Moonlite

A gay bushranger with a love of poetry and guns. A grotesque hangman with a passion for flowers and gardening.A broken young man desperate for love and respect. These men – two of them lovers – are about to bring the era ofAustralia’s outlaws to a torrid and bloody climax. Moonlite is the true and epic story of George Scott, an Irish-bornpreacher who becomes, along with Ned Kelly, one of the nation’s most notorious and celebrated criminals.

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