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Bloodstain: The Vanishing Of Peter Falconio By Richard Shears,

  • Title: Bloodstain: The Vanishing Of Peter Falconio
  • Author: Richard Shears
  • ISBN: 9781741103229
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Bloodstain is the most in depth analysis of the Falconio trial Richard Shears is the only journalist who has interviewed the parents of Brad Murdoch, the South Australian drug runner acused of Falconio s murder Before the trial Shears studied the crime scene with local aboriginal trackers and helped highlight the glaring contradictions in the court s evidence He was alsBloodstain is the most in depth analysis of the Falconio trial Richard Shears is the only journalist who has interviewed the parents of Brad Murdoch, the South Australian drug runner acused of Falconio s murder Before the trial Shears studied the crime scene with local aboriginal trackers and helped highlight the glaring contradictions in the court s evidence He was also uniquely privy to police reports and witnesses statements in the build up to the trial Bloodstain reveals the changing testimony of key witnesses, Joanne Lees secret affair before Falconio s disappearance, the mystery of the bloodstains and the conflicting evidence upon which the whole trial was based.
    Bloodstain The Vanishing Of Peter Falconio Bloodstain is the most in depth analysis of the Falconio trial Richard Shears is the only journalist who has interviewed the parents of Brad Murdoch the South Australian drug runner acused of Falconi

    One thought on “Bloodstain: The Vanishing Of Peter Falconio”

    1. I have just completed this fascinating book written by English journalist Richard Shears He was based in Australia at the time of the disappearance of British backpacker Peter Falconio, and followed the story from the beginning, interviewing people associated with the case.I was left with the strong impression that Bradley Murdoch may be innocent SPOILER ALERT The author raises many points which were not answered by the prosecution Of course, not having been present at the trial I am not aware o [...]

    2. Most people know the old saying Truth is stranger than fiction The accuracy of that statement becomes abundantly clear when you compare your classic fictional murder mystery with the real life one in Bloodstain.Along a barren stretch of the Stuart Highway in the outback of Australia, a woman hails a truck driven by two everyday truckies and hysterically demands that they help her find her boyfriend This seemingly ordinary night in July 2001 throws the entire world deep into a whodunit the likes [...]

    3. Journalist Shears does a good job of covering one of the most notorious unsolved murder cases in Australian history Parts of this book will have you rethink whether or not Bradley Murdoch was in fact the perpetrator.

    4. I thought this was written pretty good but in some parts I found the historical information around places rather irrelevant to the story and a little boring I am not convinced that the verdict and outcome to date is actually accurate I feel there is a lot to this story than what we will probably ever know

    5. Quick, easy read, but I m left not entirely convinced that he hasn t faked his own disappearance, that Joanne is entirely honest or that Bradley is guilty Who knows what actually happened strange, strange story

    6. While I enjoyed the story, I found it was poorly written clearly by a journalist rather than novelist and often found my mind wandering during overly descriptive parts about irrelevant factors I also found it incredibly repetitive.

    7. A very interesting book about a mysterious disappearance in Australia, but somewhat disappointing because it ends before the trial took place.

    8. This book examines a real Australian murder case.The writing narrative were confusing laboured and at the end I didn t think that I d learnt much.

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