No Justice

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Pan Macmillan, 2000 - 318
On 19 July 1995, two young men stumbled upon a partially clothed skeleton, wearing lingerie, high-heeled boots and jewellery, in a disused mineshaft near Bonnie Doon, Victoria. The sensational find was identified as the remains of a transsexual Melbourne prostitute Adele Baily, who had been missing for more than 17 years. How did Adele Baily die, and why was her body hidden in a forgotten mineshaft? Was there a connection between Adele Baily and country housewife Jenny Tanner who had been killed on a nearby property? The police think so. They believe the connection is one of their own former members, who was Jenny Tanner's brother-in-law and one of Australia's most notorious policemen, Dectiective Sergeant Denis Tanner. No justice delves into the sordid 1970's underworld in which Adele Baily lived and Denis Taner worked; a world of drugs, prostitution and corruption, where cops and robbers played by the same unwritten rules. The murderers have not been found - but they are known. Will justice previal and the guilty be prosecuted? Until then, there will be no justice for the innocent.

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Robin Bowles is an author based in Australia. She formerly worked as a PR consultant. After reading an article in the newspaper, she decided to get more details about the subject. That information became the subject of her first book, Blind Justice. Some of her other true crime work includes Justice Denied, Dead Centre, Rough Justice, and Taken in Contempt. Jail Birds is her most recent bestseller. Her novels include The Curse of the Golden Yo Yo, and The Mystery of the Missing Masterpiece.

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