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Murder On The Rabbit Proof Fence: The Strange Case Of Arthur Upfield And Snowy Rowles By Terry Walker,

  • Title: Murder On The Rabbit Proof Fence: The Strange Case Of Arthur Upfield And Snowy Rowles
  • Author: Terry Walker
  • ISBN: 9780859051897
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was a murder mystery writer s worst nightmare come true In 1929 Arthur Upfield, Australia s premier crime writer, plotted a perfect murder for his novel The Sands of Windee To his horror, one of his friends, stockman Snowy Rowles, put the scheme into deadly effect even before the book was published The result was Western Australia s most sensational murder trial of tIt was a murder mystery writer s worst nightmare come true In 1929 Arthur Upfield, Australia s premier crime writer, plotted a perfect murder for his novel The Sands of Windee To his horror, one of his friends, stockman Snowy Rowles, put the scheme into deadly effect even before the book was published The result was Western Australia s most sensational murder trial of the 1930s.
    Murder On The Rabbit Proof Fence The Strange Case Of Arthur Upfield And Snowy Rowles It was a murder mystery writer s worst nightmare come true In Arthur Upfield Australia s premier crime writer plotted a perfect murder for his novel The Sands of Windee To his horror one of hi

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    1. For a small press publication, this book was really accomplished The author had done a great deal of research and put the story together very well The tale of Snowy Rowles who murdered three men in the outback of Western Australia, disposing of the bodies in a way which he had discussed with Australian crime author, Arthur Upfield, was chilling and sad The fact that Rowles never admitted to the deaths, even up to his own execution, was really intelligently explained by the author The mix of cour [...]

    2. This was a fantastic read and I would highly recommend it I am a great fan of Arthur Upfield s books so when I heard a crime had been committed based on one of his stories I just had to read it.What I expected was a parallel between the novel and the case but what was delivered exceeded this It provided a great insight into detective work, the judicial and political system as well as the lives of the people living in remote Western Australia.If you have an interest in any of these things then re [...]

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