The sequel to the #1 Bestseller, I Catch Killers
As a cop, I used to sit on one side of the interview room table, facing murderers, child abductors and rapists. Now I ‘ve seen what it looks like from the other side; disgraced, forced out of the police and found to be a criminal. I want to show you what the view’s like.
Working with crooks, cops, forensic psychologists and scientists, as well as the victims, I’ve taken another look at some of our worst crimes, including serial killings carried out by Ivan Milat and the Granny Killer, the murder of Anita Cobby, the Hoddle Street massacre, Port Arthur, the Parramatta Girls Home and the disappearance of William Tyrrell. What I’ve found has made me question everything I knew about evil, including where it comes from, what drives people to carry out acts of badness and how we can prevent them. The answers will surprise you.
I used to be on the side of the angels. I’m not looking for a way back.
Gary Jubelin was Australia's most celebrated homicide detective, leading investigations into the disappearance of William Tyrrell, the serial killing of three Aboriginal children in Bowraville and the brutal gangland murder of Terry Falconer. In 2020, he was found guilty of illicitly recording conversations with a witness. Since leaving the NSW Police Force, he has written for The Sunday Telegraph, hosted one of the country’s top-ranking podcasts, co-authored an award-winning book, worked as a contributor on the 60 Minutes and Under Investigation television programmes and toured the country with a live stage show. He still tries to help the victims of crime.