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Dirty dozen. 5 : done and dusted : true crime stories that shocked Australia / Paul Anderson
Bib ID 5009592
Format BookBook
Author
Anderson, Paul, 1971-
 
Description Prahran, Vic. : Hardie Grant Books, 2011 
279 p., [8] p. of plates : col. ill., col. ports. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9781742700267
Series

Anderson, Paul, 1971-. Dirty dozen ; 5.

Summary

Like those that came before it, this fifth instalment in the best-selling Dirty Dozen series is a true inside account of some of Australia's most gruesome and intriguing crime cases.

Subjects Crime -- Australia -- Case studies.  |  Criminal investigation -- Australia -- Case studies.
Other authors/contributors Anderson, Paul, 1971-
Also Titled

Done and dusted

Available From Hardie Grant Books (Australia), 85 High Street, Prahran VIC 3181 

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