Thrilling collection of true crime from one of the top crime writers
Cases covered include the Hoddle Street killer, Julian Knight, the tragic
murder of Kylie Maybury, and the terror cell formed by Muslim cleric
Abdul Nacer Benbrika
In the third book in the best-selling series, Mugshots takes the reader inside
the sinister world of Australian crime and reveals the truth behind the
stories that shocked a nation.
There have been gruesome murders, serial killings, terrorist plots,
horrendous rapes and world record drug busts in Victoria during the 25
years since the Herald Sun was formed in 1990. Keith Moor has been an
investigative journalist for almost 40 years - with more than 30 of them
being with The Herald and the Herald Sun - and in Mugshots he details 25 of
some of the worst crimes committed in Victoria since the fi rst copy of the
Herald Sun rolled off the presses on October 8, 1990.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR KEITH MOOR is Insight Editor of the Herald Sun. He
studied journalism at the West Australian Institute of Technology before
starting a cadetship with the Perth Daily News in 1979. Keith won Australia's
top journalism award, the Walkley Award for news reporting, in 1986. He won
the coveted award for his coverage of the kidnap of two Victorian aid workers
in Pakistan. Keith travelled into war-torn Afghanistan to fi nd the couple. He
became the Herald Sun's fi rst Chief of Staff when the paper was formed in 1990,
later progressing to become its News Editor and then Managing Editor (News)
in 1995. Keith is the head of the Herald Sun's investigative unit, having been
appointed Insight Editor in November 1996.