Dirty Dozen 5: Done and Dusted

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Hardie Grant Publishing, Jan 4, 2011 - History - 410 pages
Warning: This book is not for the faint hearted. 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. Get inside the head of Carl Williams - the now dead gangland-war killer - through letters he wrote before his own violent murder in jail. Discover why other criminals, in their own words, helped him carry out his murder campaign and learn what detectives really thought of him. Why was he killed? You might be surprised. Step into the secret and salacious world of mill.

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Who worte this peice of shit?? Reffering to GHB as grievious bodily harm?? hahaha obviosly this fuckwit of a journo doesnt know what they're on about


The sticky end of gangland killer Carl Williams
How multimillionaire Herman Rockefeller lost his head in the secret world of sex swingers
A philanderer kills his wife and keeps her close for twentythree years
How Australias greatest con woman broke into bank accounts and stole policemens hearts
A Russian criminal shoots a police informer in the headand blames a gangland enforcer
A grieving suburban grandmother hires a hit man for some torture and murder
A published truecrime author becomes the lead character in a real murder mystery
The anatomy of a bikies city gun rampage six days after a wild night with an AFL star
A chained and beaten wife cheats death by escaping a sinking car in the bay
A coldhearted bandit tells how he murdered an innocent man to assume his identity
The police shooting of fifteenyearold Tyler Cassidy
How Hoddle Street mass murderer Julian Knight haunts his victims to this day

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Paul Anderson is an award-winning crime reporter for the Herald Sun.

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