Author & Crime Editor at Daily Telegraph
Mark Morri, author and crime editor of the Daily Telegraph has been a journalist for 35 years.
He spent ten years as the Chief of Staff of the Daily Telegraph and a stint at the New York Post. Mark mainly specialises in crime, covering the Father’s Day bikie massacre, The Backpacker murders and the Port Arthur massacre.
This year he published a book, Remembering Anita Cobby. He wrote his first story on a typewriter... and now sends stories on his mobile phone.
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