Another Dirty Dozen, the shocking new reveal-all by Walkley award-winning journalist Paul Anderson, deconstructs twelve of Australia's most intriguing and hideous crime cases. A follow-up to his bestselling Dirty Dozen, this chilling piece of work is a true fly-on-the-wall account of today's world of crime and punishment.
· The Mum in the Boot Case: for the first time, read the entire story of the tragic death of Maria Korp - the woman at the centre of the 'Mum in the Boot Investigation'
· The Mornington Monster: understand a family's pain as the 'Mornington Monster', John Sharpe, admits to murdering his wife and daughter before dumping them in a windswept landfill
· Go inside the kitchen corridor of a Melbourne restaurant as local identity Dominic Gatto shoots suspected underworld hitman Andrew Veniamin in self-defence
· And many more stories guaranteed to shock.
True crimes tales from an insider, Another Dirty Dozen is a must-read for anyone fascinated by true crime.
About the Author
Paul Anderson has been a crime reporter for the Herald Sun since 1994, and is currently the paper's longest serving police roundsman. One of the team that won a Walkley Award in 1995 for a special liftout on the murder of Sheree Beasley, Paul was also head of a team of reporters that won the 2004 Quill Award - Best Deadline Report for a series of stories on the murder of crime patriarch Lewis Moran.
12 True Crime Stories
Publisher: Hardie Grant
Author: Paul Anderson
RRP · $19.95
Paul is the author of Dirty Dozen: 12 True Crime Stories that Shocked Australia and Shotgun City: Melbourne's Gangland Killings.