Facing the Music
Glenn Wheatley (Author)
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DescriptionFor more than four decades Glenn Wheatley has been known on the Australian music scene as both the bass guitarist of the 1960s Australian pop group The Masters Apprentices, and as a successful music manager whose clients have included John Farnham, The Little River Band and Delta Goodrem. But in 2005, he hit the front pages for more infamous exploits-as a key suspect in the Australian Tax Office's Project Wickenby. After terrifying raids on his home and a gruelling court case in which the DPP reneged on a non-custodial sentence in return for his co-operation, Glenn Wheatley found himself sentenced to 15 months' jail. Told with both candour and courage, this is Glenn's story about how he became entangled in tax fraud, his time behind bars, and his life in the public eye since his release.
Hardie Grant Books
1 August 2010
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