Lost Boys, Gone Girls

Can you catch a killer or find a missing person? Australia is ‘the lucky country’. But not for everyone. Unsolved Australia: Lost Boys, Gone Girls tells thirteen stories of people whose luck ran out in the most mysterious of circumstances. It’s a journalistic deep-dive into Australia’s dark heart by one of Australia’s premier true crime…

Madeleine – Kate McCann

Kate McCann‘s heart-rending account of the disappearance of her IVF daughter, Madeleine, almost 4 years old, in Portugal in May 2007. It details not only the nightmarish worst-case scenario thoughts that went through her mind, but also the uphill struggles with coping with an inept Police investigation and the intense media pressure on her and…

Gone Missing – Douglas Coop

Gone Missing is written by Douglas Coop, the father of Peter Coop, a doctor who went missing in New Zealand in 1989. Thousands of people go missing each year, exceeding the combined number of traffic fatalities, suicides and all the injuries requiring hospitalisation. In addition, each person reported missing affects at least twelve others emotionally…

On Dangerous Ground – Lesley Horton

On Dangerous Ground is written by a former teacher, Lesley Horton, set in Bradford, West Yorkshire, at the very same Police Station which Jan was working from when she read the book. Jan says, “This book is a must-read for every parent for girls, and some boys, coming up to the 12-16 year age range.…