Moonlight reflections

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  • Published 20080902
  • ISBN: 9780733322839
  • Extent: 296 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

Selected for Best Australian Political Writing 2009

REVISITING ‘THE MOONLIGHT state’ required distance. The effort involved in investigating systemic police corruption in Queensland for Four Corners back in 1987 nearly finished me. It was all hard labour, relentless and depressing, month after month, well into the night. Drug dealers and prostitutes don’t keep office hours. They are not the most enlightening folk, and their stories are rarely uplifting.

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Chris Masters

Chris Masters is a reporter with Four Corners and the author of the award winning, Jonestown (Allen and Unwin, 2006).Masters was educated at Macquarie Boys High School, Parramatta,...

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