Deep Beyond the Reef: A True Story of Madness and Murder in the South Pacific

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Penguin, Jan 1, 2004 - Homicide - 408 pages
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The brutal double murder of Fiji Red Cross director John Scott and his parrtner Greg Scrivener in 2001 shocked several nations and attracted a huge amount of media attention. Drawn back to Fiji from his new home in England, Owen Scott embarks on a quest for the truth.

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This story is devastating. Owen Scott captures the truth in how homosexuality is perceived in the South Seas. Gay men are treated as evil, sick and twisted. In discovering the truth about his brother ... Read full review

Contents

Map of Fiji
6
Justice
289
Epilogue
393
Copyright

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