In Stop at Nothing Annabel Crabb brings all her wit and perceptiveness to the story of Malcolm Turnbull. This is a memorable look at the Prime Minister in action – his flaws and achievements – as well as his past lives and adventures.
Drawing on extensive interviews with Turnbull, Crabb delves into his university exploits – which included co-authoring a musical with Bob Ellis – and his remarkable relationship with Kerry Packer, the man for whom he was first a prized attack dog and then a mortal enemy. She examines the extent to which Turnbull – colourful, aggressive, humorous and ruthless – has changed.
Crabb tells how he first lost, and then won back, the Liberal leadership, and explores the challenges that now face him today as the forward-looking leader of a conservative Coalition.
‘The most incisive portrait of Turnbull that's been written.’ —David Marr
Annabel Crabb is one of Australia's most popular political commentators, is the presenter of Kitchen Cabinet and writes for The Drum.