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Can you catch a killer or find a missing person?

Australia is 'the lucky country'. But not for everyone. Unsolved Australia: Lost Boys, Gone Girls tells 13 stories of people whose luck ran out in the most mysterious of circumstances.        

It's a journalistic deep dive into Australia's dark heart by one of Australia's premier true crime writers, Justine Ford, the acclaimed best-selling author of Unsolved Australia and The Good Cop.

Why are four people missing from a Western Australian doomsday cult? Who abducted and murdered beauty queen Bronwynne Richardson on pageant night? And why is a cooked chook important evidence in the outback disappearance of Paddy Moriarty?

Key players are interviewed, evidence laid out and suspects assessed. Never-before-published information is revealed. Can you help crack the case and solve these mysteries?

Hold tight as Unsolved Australia: Lost Boys, Gone Girls takes you on a chilling yet inspiring true crime roller-coaster ride where the final destination is hope.

©2019 Justine Ford (P)2019 Pan Macmillan AU

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Not exactly thrilling

Not a bad read. The book has a focus on speading awareness and appeals to the public for information about these cases. Many chapters were simply interviews with police and crime reporters about the nature of their job. A pretty good overview of some Australian mysteries, and it was nice to hear from the relatives of the missing and murdered. But often certain theories and details of the case were left out, and crime buffs might have a better time researching these stories online for an in-depth analysis

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Loved it!

Well written and beautifully narrated by Casey Withoos. I much prefer to listen to an Australian narrator. Enjoyed every minute of this novel.

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