Published: April 2017
This is a carefully curated and updated collection of 10 of Andrew Rules best Australian true crime and corruption stories. Compelling, unsettling, and 100% true, Rule takes the reader inside some of the most famous crimes ever committed on our shores, the cases that gripped and shocked the nation.
Dying on Easey Street: The 1977 murders of Suzanne Armstrong and Susan Bartlett in Collingwood, Melbourne have gone unsolved to the present day.
Billy The Texan Longley: One of few to survive the Melbourne dock wars that infl icted more casualties than the Eureka Rebellion around 40 men dead and many more wounded during a decade that spawned the now-notorious saying, We catch and kill our own.
Girls who like bad boys: Sylvia Radev, Roberta Williams, Judy Moran ...women married to the mob.
Still looking for the Beaumont Children: In 2017 Jim and Nancy Beaumont turned 91 and 89. For more than 50 years they have woken every day to face the nightmare that their three children vanished from a crowded beach on Australia Day, 1966
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