Killing Jodie: How Australia's Most Elusive Murderer was Brought to Justice

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Penguin Books Australia, 2007 - 280 sider

When women looked at him, what they saw was a little old man who couldn't possible hurt them . . .

By the time he was arrested for the murder of Jodie Larcombe in the late 1980s, Daryl Suckling had escaped conviction more then once for his brutal assault on vulnerable young women. But without Jodie's body, prosecutors struggled to prove a homicide, and once again he was allowed to walk free.

Unwilling to give up, two Sydney policemen spent nearly a decade fighting to bring the psychopathic killer to justice. Frustrated by legal obstacles and sheer bad luck, one officer resigned in disgust, but detectives eventually closed on Suckling as he stalked his next victim.

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Janet Fife-Yeomans is a bestselling author and award-winning journalist who has worked in newspapers and television in Australia and her native England. She is a leading writer on crime and legal issues and followed the incredible case of Daryl Suckling to its conclusion while working for The Australiannewspaper. She became a deputy editor at The Australianand subsequently joined executive management at News Limited. She is now chief reporter at The Daily Telegraphin Sydney. Janet's previous true crime books include The Coroner- Investigating Sudden Death, written with NSW State Coroner Derrick Hand

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