It should come as no shock to readers of Master Detective that lust, greed, deceit, rage,avarice, sex, violence and murd…
Master Detective November 2006
It should come as no shock to readers of Master Detective that lust, greed, deceit, rage,avarice, sex, violence and murder are not olely the province of youth. For proof, turn to page 5 and Watch Out For The Killer Grannies, for ample proof that there is as much passion, turmoil and drama after retirement as at any other time in life.
The rest of this issue doesn¡¯t let up on the colourful cases. The Body In The Matchbox is a tale of justice being brought to bear on Georgia criminal kingpin John Wallace ¨C a yarn good enough to make a movie starring the late country and western legend Johnny Cash as the dogged Sheriff Lamar Potts.
With a bizarre request at the centre of The Man Who Wanted To Be Murdered and an extraordinary discovery in Solving Australia¡¯s Strange Man-Woman Murder Case, there is plenty to engross and enthral you.
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