Australia's Serial Killers

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Aug 1, 2011 - True Crime - 400 pages
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Since its first publication in 2000, Australia's Serial Killers has become a true crime classic. This B format edition is fully updated, bringing all the cases covered up to the minute.

A recognised authority on Australia's most notorious criminals, Paul B. Kidd covers in unwavering detail 33 true stories of serial murder. In this gallery of infamy are world renowned killers the likes of the Night Caller, The Granny Killer, Ivan Milat, Kathleen Folbigg and the Snowtown murderers.

Sixteen years in the researching, this comprehensive and ambitious work includes psychological opinions, court-room trials, detailed confessions, and exclusive prison interviews with three of Australia's most infamous serial killers.

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Review: Australia's Serial Killers: The Definitive History Of Serial Multicide In Australia

User Review  - Nikki Balzer - Goodreads

this was a disturbing yet fascinating book to read, it opened my eyes to a world we all know exists but one we normally don't concentrate on. i had to stop three quarters of the way through to read something lighter but it didn't take long before it drew me back in. well worth reading Read full review

Review: Australia's Serial Killers: The Definitive History Of Serial Multicide In Australia

User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

This is an interesting read and not at all as gruesome as the title suggests. The murderers are varied in circumstances and personalities. This is quite contradictory to deranged loners of Hollywood's serial killer films. Real life is indeed stranger than fiction. Read full review

About the author (2011)

Paul B Kidd is a Sydney-based author, photojournalist and broadcaster. His previous books include Never to be Released and Never to be Released 2.

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