Shark Arm Case - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Vince Kelly. The Shark Arm Case. Angus & Robertson Publishers, Australia. 1963 & 1975. (ISBN 0207132127).
  • Peter Luck. A Time To Remember. Mandarin Press, Australia, 1991. pages 274-275, 'The Shark Arm Case'. (ISBN 1 86330 090 2).
  • Alex Castles. The Shark Arm Murders. Wakefield Press, Australia. 1995. (ISBN 1 86254 335 6).

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