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Title:
Wedderburn: A true tale of blood and dust
Written by:
Maryrose Cuskelly 
Read by:
Maryrose Cuskelly 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
7 hours 23 minutes 
Published:
April 28 2019 
Available Date:
April 28 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781489494030 
Genres:
Non-fiction; True Crime 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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The story of a grisly triple murder in rural Australia – contemporary true crime at its best.

'The slaughter was extravagant and bloody. And yet there were people in the small town of Wedderburn in Central Victoria who, while they did not exactly rejoice, quietly thought that Ian Jamieson had done them all a favour.' One fine Wednesday evening in October 2014, 65-year-old Ian Jamieson secured a hunting knife in a sheath to his belt and climbed through the wire fence separating his property from that of his much younger neighbour Greg Holmes. Less than 30 minutes later, Holmes was dead, stabbed more than 25 times. Jamieson returned home and took two shotguns from his gun safe. He walked across the road and shot Holmes's mother, Mary Lockhart, and her husband, Peter, multiple times before calling the police. In this compelling book, Maryrose Cuskelly gets to the core of this small Australian town and the people within it. Much like the successful podcast S-Town, things aren't always as they seem: Wedderburn begins with an outwardly simple murder but expands to probe the dark secrets that fester within small towns, asking: is murder something that lives next door to us all?

'Maryrose Cuskelly has the rare gift of telling a true story with the excitement and vividness of fiction; she never forsakes the facts in this chilling and hypnotic book.'
William McInnes

'An ugly story told beautifully. Wedderburn will hold you tightly in its grip, and leave an imprint when it lets you go.'
Myfanwy Jones

'In Wedderburn, we see the trauma caused by the blackest of hearts. A desolate yet deeply affecting tale of savage crime in rural Australia.'
Mark Brandi