I enjoyed this book because I knew several of the people depicted. It happened on the outskirts of Geelong, which is where I lived. I found out about the Wettenhall family and what a vile man Darcy was. How could the courts give custody to him, over his mother. Guy would probably be alive today if Jan had custody
Fascinating account of tragic rural murders, but so much more. Neal gives depth to the people involved in the tragedy. Additionally though, he gives us insight into how historically gay men have survived in the conservative, rural Australian communities, yet also a glimpse of how gay men survey their urban landscapes - a wonderful, enlightening read. Well done Neal, and Bob!