The true story of the death of Jennifer Tanner. On 10 November 1984 Laurie Tanner comes home to his farmhouse in country Victoria and finds Jenny, his wife, dead, her hand wrapped around the barrel of a bolt-action rifle. Her death was viewed as suicide. Deeply puzzled by the mass of anomalies in the case Robin Bowles, a Melbourne company director, goes looking for answers. How, for instance, could Jenny have shot herself twice in the brain - after shooting both her hands first? What unfolds is a true-life detective story, a bizarre tangle of police bungles, cover-ups and family intrigue.
Paperback published in 1998. 1st Ed, 7th printing. Copy in GC, previous owner's name on front free end page, light edge wear, pages lightly tanned. Signed by author on front free end page.
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