Writers at Stanton - Ian McPhedran
23-Oct-2019 • 1pm
Where Soldier Lie, The Quest to Find Australia's Missing War Dead - Ian McPhedran
Where Soldiers Lie follows investigators and scientists on their mission to locate and identify unrecovered war casualties and to unlock their secrets.
From the jungles of Vietnam, where one man led a decade-long battle to recover and bring home the final six, to Korea, Papua New Guinea and the fields of the Somme, Flanders and Fromelles, it is a deeply human story of perseverance, luck and resolution.
For the first time, Where Soldiers Lie tells the moving story of the determination and skill of the searchers who apply old-fashioned detective work and cutting-edge science to solve the mysteries of the missing and bring peace of mind and solace to their families and to all those who serve.
Ian McPhedran is an award-winning journalist and the author of a number bestselling books, including The Amazing SAS and Too Bold to Die. His most recent book was The Mighty Krait. Until 2016 Ian was the national defence writer for News Corp Australia. In 1993, he won a United Nations Association Peace Media Award and in 1999 he won a Walkley Award for his expose of the Navy's Collins Class Submarine fiasco.