Ian Wishart is a multi-award winning investigative journalist and bestselling author of more than 20 books, who's now in his fourth decade in the news business. His writing style has often been compared to John Grisham by reviewers.
He's been a radio News Director, a Chief of Staff for TV3 News and a magazine editor. His work has featured in the Times of London, Daily Mail, New Zealand Herald and America's massive Coast to Coast radio programme - to name a few. His books Totalitaria, Air Con and Vitamin D became Amazon bestsellers worldwide.
While writing his first book, The Paradise Conspiracy, Wishart's TVNZ office was discovered to have been bugged, his home was broken into, the manuscript for the book stolen, and an attempt was made on his life. Needless to say, he survived to write the story.
The first four chapters of The Paradise Conspiracy inspired movie director Geoff Murphy ("Young Guns II", "Under Siege 2") to produce the movie "Spooked" starring Cliff Curtis ("Runaway Jury", "Live Free or Die Hard") in a loose portrayal of Wishart's role as an investigative journalist.
He's been shot at, tear-gassed and stalked, but Wishart says his motivation remains telling the stories that "need to be told", whether its new leads on cold case murders, or government espionage.
REVIEW COMMENTS ON OTHER IAN WISHART BESTSELLERS:
“A thorough summary of the current state of the debate, the science and the politics; it will be an important reference” - Vox Day, WorldNetDaily
“It is the closest thing to a John Grisham novel, but it is the real thing” - The Times,
“Wishart isn’t afraid to state what so many of America’s anti-investigative journalists prefer to ignore” - The American Thinker
“A really gripping read” - Helen Weathers, Daily Mail, London
“Sensational stuff and hard to fault. Wishart is a professional” - Bruce Jesson,
“An amazing story” - London Evening Standard
“Undoubtedly, when Wishart hits, he hits big...a stellar piece of journalism”
- Southland Times
“An incredibly surprising book, and a very relevant book, and a very important book”
-Anna Smart, Newstalk ZB