[MOBI] ☆ Lunatic Soup | By ☆ Andrew Fraser

Lunatic Soup By Andrew Fraser,

  • Title: Lunatic Soup
  • Author: Andrew Fraser
  • ISBN: 9781740668934
  • Page: 462
  • Format: Paperback
  • Andrew Fraser s bestselling and controversial true crime memoirs are now being adapted into an exciting new television series titled Killing Time After being convicted and disbarred, Fraser became the confidant of one of Australia s most notorious serial killers, Peter Dupas What he learned made him the Homicide Squad s secret weapon Angry at his treatment in jail and hAndrew Fraser s bestselling and controversial true crime memoirs are now being adapted into an exciting new television series titled Killing Time After being convicted and disbarred, Fraser became the confidant of one of Australia s most notorious serial killers, Peter Dupas What he learned made him the Homicide Squad s secret weapon Angry at his treatment in jail and his excessive sentence, the long time defence lawyer enjoyed the irony of his situation the authorities who destroyed his career now needed his cooperation There was never any doubt that Andrew would give evidence, even though he knew that the defence would try to destroy his credibility by bringing up the past he desperately wanted to forget Fraser paints a vivid picture of the grim, terrifying, and futile reality of maximum security prison life and of his time spent with the murderers, psychopaths, and paedophiles Lunatic Soup relates his harrowing experiences of the justice system as a prisoner and on the stand as a witness in a murder trial.
    Lunatic Soup Andrew Fraser s bestselling and controversial true crime memoirs are now being adapted into an exciting new television series titled Killing Time After being convicted and disbarred Fraser became the

    One thought on “Lunatic Soup”

    1. Not brilliant writing, but it doesn t matter Fraser is there to tell you stuff would be extremely wise for everyone to listen.

    2. This was an airport purchase and I ve kind of picked it up and put it down a few times I had no idea who or what Andrew Fraser was when I chose the book I ve always had a fascination with the jail and justice systems so that s what appealed to me I think the book would have been a lot enjoyable if I d also had a prior interest in Fraser and the cases discussed in the book.It was fascinating and kinda scary to read about how these prisons were run I say run loosely The accounts of total negligen [...]

    3. Apart from shedding light onto one of Australia s most disturbed serial killers, Peter Dupas, it gives an interesting inside glance at the inner workings of maximum security prison s in Australia, as well as the Australian criminal justice system This book is very accessible and despite it s lame Dad jokes, myriad exclamation marks and slightly annoying repetitiveness, it was interesting to read becuase of it s content The content itself is heavy going and isn t for the easily disturbed It creep [...]

    4. I wish Andrew Fraser had a better editor there are a lot of good stories in here, but it s so badly written Fraser s narcissism shines through and I can t imagine how unbearable it must have been to be in prison with him.

    5. I liked this book Gave a good insight into maximum security prison life A recommended non fiction crime read

    6. Surprisingly simplistic and logically inconsistent Yet the insider details of the Victorian justice system made it interesting enough to finish.

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