Peter Rees has had a long career in journalism, working as federal political correspondent for The West Australian and The Sunday Telegraph. He is the author of The Boy from Boree Creek: The Tim Fischer Story; Tim Fischer's Outback Heroes; Killing Juanita (winner of the 2004 Ned Kelly Award for true crime); The Other Anzacs (which inspired the ABC TV series Anzac Girls); Desert Boys; Lancaster Men; The Remarkable Life of Charles Bean (awarded the Nib Anzac Centenary Literary Prize for 2015 and the Fellowship of Australian Writers 2015 prize for non-fiction); and The Missing Man: The Powerful Story of Len Waters, Australia's First Aboriginal Fighter Pilot. Sue Langford has been a practising psychologist for more than thirty-five years, the past twenty of which have been in private practice. She has had extensive experience in clinical practice, with a broad range of people and problems. Her particular interests are in trauma management and relationship counselling. In addition, she has provided counselling services to members of the RAAF and the RAN as a consultant psychologist.