Kathryn Bonella completed her degree in journalism from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia before covering stories internationally in television and print. She made a move to London for a few years, where she worked for newspapers such as The Daily Mail and several television programmes. She returned to Australia to work as a producer for 60 minutes, a television news and current affairs program in the country.
From journalist to bestselling author, Bonella’s first book was a co-written autobiography of Australian Schapelle Corby, on her arrest and conviction as she had to serve her 20-year sentence in Kerobokan Prison, a third-world jail in Bali, Indonesia. Bonella also had unprecedented access inside the notorious Kerobokan Prison, with hundreds of hours and prisoner interviews spurring the next international bestseller, Hotel K. Her latest book, Snowing in Bali, exposes an inside account to the biggest cocaine bosses and drug trafficking scene in the beaches of paradise, Bali. Grab a copy in your duty-free shopping in Singapore today.