CAROLINE OVERINGTON is one of Australia's most successful writers and journalists. She has twice won the Walkley Award for Investigative Journalism; she has also won the Sir Keith Murdoch award for Journalistic Excellence; Australia's richest prize for business writing, the Blake Dawson Prize; and the Davitt Award for crime writing.
She has written fourteen books, including the runaway bestseller, The One Who Got Away.
Caroline has worked as a journalist for The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian, and The Australian Women's Weekly, where she has profiled many of the world's most famous women, including Oprah Winfrey and Hillary Clinton. Please see the gallery for some of her clips.
Her books have earned critical and commercial success: two of Caroline's novels - I Came To Say Goodbye and The One Who Got Away - were short-listed for Book of the Year at the Australian Book Industry Awards; her book about the UN oil for food scandal, Kickback has been optioned for film. Her most recent works include a thriller, The Cuckoo's Cry; and the true crime story, Missing William Tyrrell , an investigation into the disappearance of a three-year old foster child from the village of Kendall in NSW on 12 September 2014.