A documentary novel of the ‘Dingo Baby Case,’ now a feature film starring Meryl Streep and Sam Neill, print volumes by Penguin Books and Hachette, Simon & Schuster, Bantam and Notable Trials Library USA. Film titled in the USA A Cry in the Dark.
The Conversation E-Magazine, March 5th 2014 asked, “If you had to argue for the merits of one Australian book, one piece of writing, what would it be?” Here is “The Case for John Bryson’s Evil Angels” by Professor Kieran Dolin, English and Cultural Studies, University of Western Australia.
A novella of expatriates set in Papua New Guinea. First published by Antipodes Journal, Austin, Texas.
A novel of boyhood in the Resistance to the Fascist dictatorship of the Spanish Civil War, first published by Penguin Books through Viking and Hamish Hamilton UK. Translation to Spanish, Hasta la Muerte, Amigo, Editorial Milenio, Spain.
A novella in six stories of a series first published by Penguin Books Ltd.
Stories of a world where scruples are fair exchange for the currencies of fortune and inheritance, where the avarice of generations has carved indelible patterns into the lives of Bryson’s heroes and their progeny ....... leaving Humphrey sanctimoniously whoring his way through Asia
— Penguin Books