ONE OF AUSTRALIA'S TOP TRUE CRIME WRITERS AND CO-AUTHOR OF THE BESTSELLING UNDERBELLY SERIES.
Rule on Crime is a carefully curated and updated collection of 10 of Andrew Rule’s best Australian true crime and corruption stories. Compelling, unsettling, and 100 per cent true, Rule’s stories take the reader inside cases that gripped and shocked the nation.
Dying on Easey Street
The 1977 murders of Suzanne Armstrong and Susan Bartlett in Collingwood, Melbourne have gone unsolved to the present day.
Billy ‘The Texan’ Longley
One of few to survive the Melbourne dock wars that inflicted more casualties than the Eureka Rebellion — around 40 men dead and many more wounded during a decade that spawned the now-notorious saying, ‘We catch and kill our own.’
Girls who like bad boys
Sylvia Radev, Roberta Williams, Judy Moran ... women married to the mob.
Still looking for the Beaumont Children
In 2017 Jim and Nancy Beaumont turned 91 and 89. For more than 50 years they have woken every day to face the nightmare that their three children vanished from a crowded beach on Australia Day, 1966.