Missing Persons -
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Missing Persons

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Twelve extraordinary tales of disappearance: a collection of true crime writing by New Zealand's award-winning master of non-fiction. Former journalist Murray Mason, found dead in the Auckland Domain; the mysterious death of Socksay Chansy, found dead in a graveyard by the sea; the tragic disappearance of backpacker Grace Millane, victim of public enemy #1; the enduring mystery of the Lundy family murders... These are stories about how some New Zealanders go missing - the wrong person in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Product code: 9781775540847

ISBN 9781775540847
On Sale Date 16/03/2021
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H235xW155xS20
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers (New Zealand)
No. Of Pages 272
Twelve extraordinary tales of disappearance: a collection of true crime writing by New Zealand's award-winning master of non-fiction. Former journalist Murray Mason, found dead in the Auckland Domain; the mysterious death of Socksay Chansy, found dead in a graveyard by the sea; the tragic disappearance of backpacker Grace Millane, victim of public enemy #1; the enduring mystery of the Lundy family murders... These are stories about how some New Zealanders go missing - the wrong person in the wrong place at the wrong time.

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Fascinating Take on The "Missing"

Sarah From Paper Plus Whakatane - May 2021

A very interesting collection of New Zealand True Crime. Steve starts the book with a discussion of the term "Missing Person" and its effect on all people surrounded by the term. For me, the survival story of Simonne Butler was a positive highlight amongst a heavy topic. Her take on life and attitude is beautiful. The details of Grace Millane and Mark Lundy were insightful, and there was a lot of information I had never heard about the cases. Steve also goes in to the sad and mysterious details of "Nige", an Eastern Bay local that everyone has seen signs dedicated to. An interesting and insightful look in to some of New Zealand's missing and murdered.