Clayton, Victoria : Monash University Publishing, 
Book — 1 online resource.
Cover; Title page; Imprint and copyright page; Contents; Acknoweldgements; Foreword; Prologue;
Chapter 1 Athens, 1974;
Chapter 2 Pocahontas;
Chapter 3 Adelaide, 1912;
Chapter 4 Bacchus;
Chapter 5 Voyage;
Chapter 6 Papinian;
Chapter 7 Silk;
Chapter 8 Charles Jury dies;
Chapter 9 Watershed 1959;
Chapter 10 Defending Rupert Murdoch;
Chapter 11 The Poet Lawyer;
Chapter 12 The Last Man Hanged in South Australia;
Chapter 13 Dunstan's Choice;
Chapter 14 Chief Justice 1967-1978;
Chapter 15 The Dramatic Dunstan Decade;
Chapter 16 For Better or For Worse.
Appendix John's response to the police surveillance filesBibliography; Index; Back cover.
In March 1967, South Australian Premier Don Dunstan appointed his State's most outstanding barrister as Chief Justice: John Jefferson Bray. In public, Bray's appointment brought barely a ripple, but in the murky urban waters of Adelaide's corridors of power, this decision unleashed waves of outrage and bitter revenge seeking. After his successful defense of Rupert Murdoch's News in 1960 in a seditious libel case, John Jefferson Bray made a powerful enemy who coveted the position that Chief Justice Bray would come to hold; an enemy who would then ruthlessly target Bray's unconventional private.