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Grave Tales

Melbourne Vol.1

Helen Goltz Chris Adams



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Atlas Productions
01 May 2020
True crime; History
Ordinary people caught up in extraordinary events are captured in 'Grave Tales: Melbourne Vol.1'. These 17 short stories tell of people who willingly or unwillingly, were participants in events that made local and national headlines. Tales of tragedy, characters, unsolved murders, love lost, mystery, health epidemics, scandal and sacrifice - Grave Tales reveals more than the headstone can ever convey by tracing the tumultuous journeys that lead to these final resting places.

This volume includes: Whelan the Wrecker, Mary Hardy, Leo Rosner, the Botanical Garden Murders, the Gun Alley Murder, the Moomba Queens, the Mornington Football Club disaster, George Coulthard, Cyril Callister, and more.

'Grave Tales: Melbourne Vol.1' is number seven in the awarded and popular Grave Tales series, complemented by the podcast and coming-soon, the short video series.
By:   Helen Goltz, Chris Adams
Imprint:   Atlas Productions
Country of Publication:   Australia
Dimensions:   Height: 229mm,  Width: 152mm, 
ISBN:   9780648709343
ISBN 10:   0648709345
Pages:   298
Publication Date:   01 May 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for Grave Tales: Melbourne Vol.1

Intriguing lives and lasting resting places are documented in the fascinating Grave Tales. Grantlee Keiza, Sunday Mail, News Ltd. What they've uncovered is like something out of a movie. Chris Smith, Nine Radio A fascinating topic as this book shows with its tales of deadly disease, murder, tragedy and loss. Troy Lennon, Daily Telegraph, Sydney A rollicking read. Sarah Harris, Studio 10 Captures the forgotten stories of the past. Mia Tyqin, Win News, Wide Bay. Ever considered the stories of those who have been buried beneath our feet? Two Brisbane journalists have done the work for you, uncovering some of the fascinating stories behind the headstones. Jacob Roebuck, ABC Radio Brisbane.

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