Marks of murder by Marissa Calligeros, Simon Holt & Mark Stehle

Marks of murder

By Marissa Calligeros, Simon Holt & Mark Stehle

  • Publication Date: 2014-08-04
  • Genre: True Crime
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 31 Ratings)

Book Summary

Re-live the trial of Gerard Baden-Clay, jailed for life after murdering his wife Allison. The account is based on live reporting, direct from the courtroom each day.

Read witness accounts of what happened, how the police pieced together the fascinating case, the lies and deceit of the defendant, and how a family was torn apart by money troubles, affairs and the ultimate brutal assault which led to the death of "the girl next door", a mother of three young children and darling of the community.

It's the trial which gripped an entire city for 21 remarkable days.

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Book Opinions

  • Creative Idea but Kinda Boring

    2
    By ReleaseNYC
    This was a cool idea and beautifully put together, but lets face it - trials as they are conducted in real life are kinda boring - and as such this eBook makes a salacious murder case...kinda boring. Much of the information and most of the photos are repetitive & redundant. This was a cool idea in theory but as a whole it's not that great a read.

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