All novels by Tony Park
Make sure you don’t miss any of Tony Park’s books.
Tony Park is the author of nineteen African-inspired novels. If you’ve yet to read one of Park’s novels or are looking for your next read, here's a list of all fiction books in the order they were written.
International bestselling author, Tony Park first visited southern Africa in 1995 on what was supposed to be a once in a lifetime trip. But he became hooked on the continent – its wildlife, scenery and people. He kept on travelling to Africa and on his third trip, in 1998, he wrote a book about a fictitious tour around southern Africa. The book titled Far Horizon was published in 2004. Since then his spent half of his life in Africa – dividing his time between Sydney and southern Africa researching, writing and promoting his books.
Whether you’re already a fan or you’re wondering where to start, here are all of Tony Park’s books in the order they were written – including his new novel, Blood Trail.
Mike Williams is leading a supposedly carefree life as an overland tour guide in Africa. But just a year ago, the former Australian Army officer had endured the brutal death of his girlfriend at the hands of ivory hunters in Mozambique.
Paradise is about to erupt
News of the death of a research assistant, killed by a man-eating lion in Zimbabwe, reaches those closest to her. Jed Banks, a Special Forces soldier serving in Afghanistan; Professor Christine Wallis in South Africa; and Hassan bin Zayid, a hotel magnate in Zambia
Rhodesia, 1943. A nation at war.
Paul Bryant hasn't been able to get back in a plane since a fatal bombing mission over Germany. So, instead, the Squadron Leader is flying a desk at a pilot training school at Kumalo air base. But one of his trainees has just been reported missing.
A volatile Zimbabwe and the jungles of the Democratic Republic of Congo are the battlefields for a deadly game of cat and mouse in Africa's wildlife wars.
In a luxury safari lodge in Kruger National Park, Detective Sergeant Tom Furey has woken to a protection officer's worst nightmare. The government minister in his charge has been abducted.
Alex Tremain is a pirate in trouble. The two women in his life – one of them his financial adviser, the other his diesel mechanic – have left him. He’s facing a mounting tide of debts and his crew of modern-day buccaneers, a multi-national band of ex-military cutthroats, are getting restless.
On the run, with everything to lose...
On the outskirts of Durban, Suzanne Fessey fights back during a vicious carjacking. She kills one thief but the other, wounded, escapes with her baby strapped into the back seat.
For former mercenary Sonja Kurtz the opportunity to head up an elite squad tasked with taking down the continent’s poaching kingpins is a chance to strike at the heart of the enemy. Financed by British billionaire Julianne Clyde-Smith, the pair hope to bring about real change.
A very eager – and rather naive – Australian lawyer, Kerry Maxwell, flies into South Africa to volunteer at a wildlife orphanage run by notorious vet Graham Baird. Graham is as jaded and reckless as Kerry is law-abiding and optimistic.
Scent of Fear
Afghanistan veteran Sean Bourke's world explodes when an IED detonates in South Africa's Sabi Sand Game Reserve. On a routine anti-poaching patrol, Sean and his tracker dog Benny watch in horror as over-eager rookie Tumi Mabasa is almost killed, and her dog gravely injured, in the explosion.
Ghosts of the Past
Africa, 1906: A young Australian adventurer is condemned to death.
Sydney, the present: journalist Nick Eatwell has just lost his job, but his day is brightened when a fellow reporter, South African Susan Vidler, comes into his life looking for his help with a story.
A priceless plant, a rare African cycad thought to be extinct and prized by collectors, has been discovered, then stolen. Former mercenary turned CIA contractor, Sonja Kurtz, uncovers a link between the missing plant and the terrorist who tried to kill Joanne. The US Government thinks that if it can find the missing cycad it can foil an attack to rival 9-11.
Evil is stalking South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve. Viewers around the world are shocked when a live lockdown webcast of a safari game drive exposes them to the brutal reality of rhino poaching. A wily poacher disappears into thin air, confounding logic and baffling ace trackers Mia Greenaway and Bongani Ngobeni.
‘"Tony Park exudes a love and deep knowledge of southern Africa in every line and character he creates in his books." - The Citizen’