Secondhand. Near fine condition.
On 28 August 1993, at 4.30 am, then 23-year-old Jeffrey Gilham appeared at his neighbour's house in Woronora, South Sydney, wet and distraught, wearing only boxer shorts. His family home was on fire. He gasped out that he had just stabbed his brother to death, after finding him standing over the stabbed bodies of their father and mother, whom the brother, Christopher, was trying to set on fire. Jeffrey pleaded guilty to manslaughter, received a bond, inherited the family estate, married, fathered a family and became a successful businessman. But his Uncle Tony never believed his story, and in 2008 Jeffrey Gilham was charged with murder. (back cover)