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Hey Tom, yes I lived in the same street when the murders happened, my mother still lives there today. Let me know when you've read the book and hope you make it down to Australia some day - it's only…

Hey Tom, yes I lived in the same street when the murders happened, my mother still lives there today. Let me know when you've read the book and hope you make it down to Australia some day - it's only 18 hours non-stop from LA to Melbourne:)

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Added by Greg Fogarty on February 21, 2012 at 1:39pm — No Comments

Hey Tom, yes I lived in the street when the murders happened (I was 9 at the time), my mother still lives there. Let me know what you think once you've read it and hope you make it down to Australia …

Hey Tom, yes I lived in the street when the murders happened (I was 9 at the time), my mother still lives there. Let me know what you think once you've read it and hope you make it down to Australia some time!

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Added by Greg Fogarty on February 21, 2012 at 1:36pm — No Comments

Book Introduction

On July 2, 1970, tourists in Australia spotted a smashed car, teetering precariously on a cliff edge, overlooking the raging ocean below. It seemed the car would fall into the water at any moment, but the car lingered ... as did a mystery, revealed when police traced the license plate to the Crawford household. Here, the police discovered the shocking truth: a mother and her three children had been murdered, with the husband and father—now missing—the main suspect.

The quadruple…

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Added by Greg Fogarty on February 21, 2012 at 6:18am — No Comments

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