About the author

Garrett Addison is an Australian revenge author keen to bring something different to people’s reading. Forget your formulaic storylines and cliched characters, Garrett wants to sucker you in to something light, readable, enjoyable and ultimately help you discover (or rediscover) the joy of being totally immersed in a book.

He grew up in Perth, Western Australia, and has been lucky enough to live in or visit most of Australia and much of the world. He now lives in Melbourne with his family.

Not averse to change, thus far, he has been an Army officer, software consultant and author. But this is just the beginning.

Garrett has recently finished CLOSURE to join his previous two novels, MINIONS and THE TRAVELLER, with more to come.  Revenge features prominently in his novels.

You may well have seen Garrett on Twitter, as @GarrettAddison. He’s the guy promoting reading in general (particularly #GetReading) and also reading the works of Indie authors and something that might not yet be a best-seller (#ReadDifferent).

'Closure' is now available!

It’s hard to move on when vengeance takes over.

Bestselling author and clinical psychologist James Malter immediately attracts police suspicion when his terminally ill patients suddenly begin suiciding and harming others. His guilt seems even more likely when the seemingly innocent victims are found to be related to his sister’s acquitted killer many years earlier. With mounting casualties and a shadow threatening to derail his past and sully his career, Malter’s quest to uncover the truth will pit his longstanding belief in ‘moving on’ against his long-suppressed want for revenge.

Revenge Fiction

Everyone loves a little revenge.

If you’re looking for something a little different to read, have a look at these… particularly if you like a little revenge.

Garrett Addison

It’s hard to move on when vengeance takes over.

Garrett Addison

Sometimes to get the measure of your life you just need a break from being yourself… because nothing lasts forever.

Garrett Addison

Guilt is just a matter of how much you understand the bigger picture.


...this writer is fully aware of his ability in his craft

Amazon Review