Wild Men of Sydney
Colourful villains never fail to fascinate. Here we meet a trio of shameless rogues-and their cohorts-who wrought a trail of havoc and scandal across the social and political life of Australia at the turn of this century.
John Norton, William Willis and Paddy Crick were villains with a difference. They were men of undoubted talents-powerful orators and masters of vituperative writing-and to gain their ends there was no wickedness to which they would not stoop. For a reign of nearly twenty years they had New South Wales in a ferment of scandal and intrigue, and in the telling of their story there emerges a picture of corruption, blackmail and moral degradation which outmatches Tammany Hall at its worst.
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