Australian Serial Killers

Australian Serial Killers The city of Perth in Western Australia was the kind of place where people rarely bothered to lock their doors they were friendly and always ready to lend a helping hand to neighbours That all changed

  • Title: Australian Serial Killers
  • Author: Gordon Kerr
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 122
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The city of Perth in Western Australia was the kind of place where people rarely bothered to lock their doors they were friendly and always ready to lend a helping hand to neighbours That all changed when Eric Edgar Cooke launched his one man crime wave, a spree of senseless killing that shocked Perth, changing the city and its inhabitants forever Read the horrific accoThe city of Perth in Western Australia was the kind of place where people rarely bothered to lock their doors they were friendly and always ready to lend a helping hand to neighbours That all changed when Eric Edgar Cooke launched his one man crime wave, a spree of senseless killing that shocked Perth, changing the city and its inhabitants forever Read the horrific account of Cooke s killings as well as the stories of many other Australian serial killers doing it because they had the urge and because they enjoyed it too much to stop Contents Eric Edgar Cooke, William the Mutilator Macdonald, Paul Charles Denyer, Ivan Milat, The Snowtown Murderers, John Wayne Glover, Peter Dupas, Catherine and David Birnie

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    • ♥ Marlene♥ says:

      A quick read with some very interesting cases. Unknown cases to me although of course I had heard about Ivan Milat.Some cases intrigued me like the Snowtown Murders. That was when I discovered there were 3 books written about this case so I stopped reading and I hope I can find one of the books.Well written but could have been a bit longer but good readA: I see I forgot to rate this book. Wish we could give 3.5

    • Brenda says:

      Quick little read, would have gotten 5 stars easy if the stories had been longer and more in-depth. Not one of these stories was easy to read about and I would have liked to have known a bit more about these people; it was very well written, just too short on the details.

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