These stories are amazing and the detail and time that has been put into researching the incidents in question is incredible! I just found that some of the endings left me feeling like something was missing, which can be expected when there hasn't been anyone 'tried and charged' for the case in some of the stories. I just WISH I could know exactly what happened in some them. I will definitely be reading some more of the author's work though.
I love a good true crime book, and have read a couple of offerings by this author in the past. "Accidental Death?: When things may not be as they seem" by Robin Bowles, doesn’t disappoint. It’s an engaging read, which is a little sad to say when you consider the topic. The Author has researched and written about a collection of some of the more charming cases of accidental death in recent Australian history. Bowles provides the reader with examples of possibly genuine and tragic accidents, those with suspicious circumstances, and others that are just a little odd. She sensitively discusses the devastating consequences that a lack of evidence and certainty has on the family and friends of victims. Well researched and fairly executed. A must read for true-crime aficionados