Sue Williams is an Australian journalist and columnist who has written for most of the country’s leading newspapers and magazines. She has written a travel book, Getting There – Journeys of an Accidental Adventurer, co-authored a motivational women’s health guide, Powering Up, contributed to a collection of short stories, Love, Obsession, Secrets & Lies, a biography of former NSW Police Commissioner Peter Ryan, Peter Ryan: The Inside Story, and the biography of Father Chris Riley, Mean Streets Kind Heart: The Father Chris Riley Story and co-wrote, with partner Jimmy Thomson, Apartment Living: The Complete Guide to Buying, Renting, Surviving and Thriving in Apartments. Sue continued the Father Chris Riley story with another book in 2005, World Beyond Tears: The ongoing Father Chris Riley Story. Early in 2006, her first crime book was published, And Then The Darkness: the disappearance of Peter Falconio and the trials of Joanne Lees which went straight onto the non-fiction best-sellers list. The same year, The Spirit of Australia was released, which she co-wrote with Selwa Anthony. In 2008, Women of the Outback: inspiring true stories of tragedy and triumph came out and quickly went into its fifth reprint.