Chris Masters

Chris Masters is Australia's best-known investigative reporter. In 1985, he won Australia's most prestigious award in journalism, the Gold Walkley, for his Four Corners report on the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior. His reports 'The Big League' and 'The Moonlight State' both led to royal commissions that helped transform the nation. Chris is also Adjunct Professor in Journalism at Melbourne's RMIT. In 2006, he was awarded the degree Doctor of Communications Honoris Causa.

Books by Chris Masters

No Front Line

Published: November 2017

Australia's foremost investigative journalist goes deep into the heart of our Special Forces long war in Afghanistan.

Uncommon Soldier

Published: October 2013

The result of a six year immersive investigation, this is a penetrating and significant exploration of the nature of the modern Australian soldier - fighter, peacekeeper, street-level diplomat, aid worker.

Uncommon Soldier

Published: November 2012

The result of a six year immersive investigation, this is a penetrating and significant exploration of the nature of the modern Australian soldier - fighter, peacekeeper, street-level diplomat, aid worker.

Jonestown

Published: September 2007

The publishing sensation of 2006 - the compelling and probing, Jonestown - now available in a revised and updated edition.

Jonestown

Published: October 2006

The most eagerly anticipated book of the year - the compelling and probing, Jonestown takes us to the hazardous intersection of populism and politics, reaching deep into a powerful industry and exposing the myth and the magic of a very powerful man.

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