2003

Blood Stain

The true story of Katherine Knight, the mother and abattoir worker who became Australia's worst female killer.

Peter Lalor has been with the Daily Telegraph since 1994 where he is a senior feature writer and sports columnist. Born and raised in Bendigo, he has worked for the Sunday Observer, the Sunday Age and the Sun News Pictorial and did a stint in radio as a writer-producer.

Blood Redemption

‘[An] intelligent and compelling thriller that turns the notion of evil inside out.’ - Canberra Times.

Matthew Liu sees his parents gunned down on a lonely Sydney backstreet. A young woman, the killer, stares him in the face before fleeing the scene. When the police arrive, all they find is the discarded gun. Detective Inspector Paul Harrigan′s unit is pitched into a high-profile investigation with little to go on. Who is the young woman? How can she have vanished into thin air?

White Dog

Jack Irish-gambler, cook and cabinetmaker, finder of people who don't want to be found-has a new job, hunting for evidence that might save the beautiful sculptor Sarah Longmore from a murder rap. Jack soon discovers there was nothing straightforward about Mickey Franklin's death, and falls headlong into a world of shady deals, sexual secrets and country rednecks.