Call Me Cruel: A Story about Murder and the Dangerous Power of Lies

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Allen & Unwin, 2013 - Murder - 296 pages
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The investigation into the murder of Kylie Labouchardiere has been described by one of the state's most experienced Crown prosecutors as among the most complex and bizarre in his experience. Kylie Labouchardiere disappeared in 2004. Her killer, Paul James Wilkinson, was convicted in April 2009. Her body has never been found.

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"...one of the most disturbing things about this story is not only that he [Paul Wilkinson] left a trail of broken careers and marriages and lives in his wake - a trail of misery an devastation- but ... Read full review

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Michael Duffy has been writing about Sydney for many years as a journalist. Michael writes about trials and crime for the Sun Herald and Sydney Morning Herald and co-presents 'Counterpoint', ABC Radio National's challenge to orthodox ideas. He also writes crime fiction

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