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Hachette New Zealand, Nov 2, 2010 - True Crime - 288 pages
Bad Kiwis is an entertaining account of some of New Zealand's most notorious, controversial and colourful citizens and the often-dastardly deeds that made them infamous. This is a selection of 'the best of the worst' that allows for a deeper, more thorough examination of each subject with an accent placed on the formative years and childhoods of the subjects. Bad Kiwis covers the historical gamut, from the early days of European settlement to the contemporary scene. It also ranges along the social spectrum, from corrupt early policiticians to murderous loners and 1980's opportunists.

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Graham Hutchins has written approximately 30 books on subjects ranging from rugby, cricket, rock music, Kiwiana and railways to collections of yarns, trivia, travel tomes and New Zealand social history. He has also written 2 humorous novels that were subsequently adapted for National Radio.

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