The release date has finally come. Although I wrote this book over a year ago, I could not release it until I received a final reply from the Crime and Misconduct Commission, otherwise a crucial piece of evidence would have been overlooked.
‘Attack of the Ferals’ has been the most challenging book I have ever written, no doubt because it is an autobiography of the most trying three years of my life. It has been therapeutic in some ways, as writing what really happened has helped me come to terms with the tragic loss that changed my life forever. Now that the book has been released, I hope I can move on and enjoy life. ‘How do you do that?’ you may ask. One day at a time!
Placing himself between the blood-dripping fangs of a feral dog and an innocent calf might not have been the best idea, as the faintest scent of blood can draw all manner of predators. This scandalous true story exhibits the injustice in the Queensland justice system and one man’s desperate fight for honesty, integrity, justice, and even more critically – his own survival. They took everything he had: his wealth, his health, his reputation, and they almost took his life. Dr Matthews speak outs on the systemic failure of Queensland Police Service ethics.
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