Killing Jodie: How Australia's Most Elusive Murderer Was Brought To Justice

Killing Jodie: How Australia's Most Elusive Murderer Was Brought To Justice by Janet Fife-Yeomens
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9780143007708
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288
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111 x 180mm

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Daryl Suckling's arrest in remote NSW in the late 1980s revealed his disturbing connections with the disappearance of Jodie Larcombe from Melbourne. Charged with the murder of Jodie, then a sex worker on St Kilda's streets, Suckling was allowed to walk free, as police investigators struggled to prove a homicide without a body. He'd previously escaped conviction more than once after brutally abducting several women.

Frustrated by legal obstacles and bad luck, one officer resigned from the force in disgust, but the case was never forgotten and investigators closed in as Suckling stalked his next victim. The grisly murder linked St Kilda with the lonely, windswept sandhills of the NSW outback near Mildura, and brought two hardened policemen close to a brave family pushed to breaking point - in the end, it was too much for Jodie's mother, who committed suicide when Suckling appealed his eventual conviction.

Suckling is now one of 15 prisoners serving life in NSW, never to be released.
ISBN:
9780143007708
Publication Date:
02 / 06 / 2008
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
111 x 180mm

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