Billy Curry grew up on a farm near Bairnsdale. At 16 he moved to Melbourne and completed high school. During his final year, he represented Australia in sprint kayaking in Europe. His kayaking pursuits continued with seven years with the Victorian Institute of Sport. In 2001 he was knocked down with a burst appendix that almost claimed his life. Recovering he graduated with a business degree from Monash and went on to win the Victorian surf ski title. He was involved in surf lifesaving for 20 years. Curry works as a marketing contractor in Melbourne and spends his weekends surfing and writing.
His writing works include Unlonely Planet, No Time for Postcards and The Soap Opera (short film).
A backpacker accidentally photographs a murder and is a now a hunted man. John Dixon was enjoying a night out in Europe when he happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. He must now identify the villain and get more evidence of the crime before he's killed by the murders corrupt network.