From the disappearance of Azaria Chamberlain in 1980 to the exploits of serial killer Ivan Milat, the Australian outback has often being an unforgiving and brutal environment. This book details the crimes committed in the bush and how the landscape played a part.
'It is the beauty and brilliance of the writing that make this black, bleak tale of hunters and the hunted impossible to put down and a deeply moving reading experience.' - Ned Kelly Award judges
‘… a gripping journey into the weaknesses and strengths of the human psyche, a story of humanity and inhumanity, it will have you turning the pages compulsively, desperate to get to the end, but not daring to miss a word.'