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Cold Case Investigations

Narrated by: Casey Withoos
Length: 8 hrs and 47 mins
Categories: Non-fiction, True Crime
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From the disappearance of the Beaumont children to the abduction of William Tyrrell to the double murder of Karlie Pearce-Stevenson and her daughter Khandalyce, Xanthé is determined to expose the truth to maximise dignity for both deceased victims and those left behind.  

Xanthé talks to experts to uncover the hows and whys of tragic murders and haunting disappearances. Along the way listeners will also be introduced to new forensic techniques and scientific methods that could - or did - help move the case forward.

Cold Case Investigations covers mostly murders or suspected murders - such as Ashley Coulston, Mr Cruel and Ivan Milat - with the victims as the focus. Not only because, criminologically speaking, the more you can learn about your victim the more you can extrapolate about the person who killed or abducted them, but also because they deserve their stories to be told. They deserve for people to know their names. They shouldn't just be someone's victim.

©2019 Xanthé Mallett (P)2019 Pan Macmillan AU

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The book makes claims about the Beaumont Children that are unsubstantiated and goes yo enormous lengths to support her failed claim that killer was particular individual. Claim that was made by mentally ill drug addict son of this deceased suspect, who is unable to defend himself. It also makes a coule if errors about the Mr Cruel case that people who know the case well will notice. The narrator consistently pronounces Karmein Chan's first name as "Karmine" which grates throughout. How this was not picked up in the editing process is beyond me. Overall, writer comes across as unreliable, egotistical and incapable subtle thought.