The Australian Book Of True Crime (2020)

The Australian Book Of True Crime Larry Writer The Australian Book Of True Crime Twenty one of Australia s most startling real life crimes from the late s to the present day are collected here in one gripping volume Using exhaustive research court records police statements
  • Title: The Australian Book Of True Crime
  • Author: Larry Writer
  • ISBN: 9781741962079
  • Page: 125
  • Format: None
The Australian Book Of True Crime Larry Writer Twenty one of Australia s most startling real life crimes, from the late 1800 s to the present day are collected here in one gripping volume Using exhaustive research, court records, police statements and original interviews, Larry Writer offers fascinating new insights into the lives of some of Australia s most notorious villains and their victims.
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  1. Lady♥Belleza★✰

    This is a compilation of true crimes that were committed in Australia There are 21 cases in this book and they vary in time committed and type of crime One was a couple I had read about before Catherine and David Birnie but most I had never heard of They range from kidnapping, murder, rape, serial murder mass murder, there is an account of two ladies using the word loosely The Law of the Razer, 1920s 1930s that ran rival gangs The first kidnapping of a child for ransom Some are just a single cri [...]

  2. Karen

    Larry Writer s short story collection, THE AUSTRALIAN BOOK OF CRIME covers 21 different cases, spread in a date range from 1892 through to 2001 Which is definitely a big enough span to give a reader a chance to realise that law and order, crime, murder, bad behaviour has been around for a very long time Although the collection is not necessarily put together in date order, there s something quietly telling about the way that patterns emerge, although luckily, mass killings are not quite as commo [...]

  3. Lee Battersby

    Short, informative essays on some of Australia s most famous and or interesting crimes While there are a few notable exceptions Ivan Milat immediately springs to mind they are than compensated for by a number of cases from the late 19th and early 20th Century of which I was unfamiliar Writer s style is simple and, for the most part, unobtrusive, although he lapses into the occasional conservative judgement that jars with the text there is a constant association between his subject s physiognomy [...]

  4. Monica

    I really enjoyed this book, which covered a wide range of criminal cases from throughout Australia s history The writing style was engaging and each case was well researched and brought to life.I d recommend it for any crime buffs out there.

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