Rescuing Tara

Rescuing Tara

by Robin Bowles
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Overview

Rescuing Tara by Robin Bowles

It took an extraordinary effort by police task forces in Australia and America to take down an international child pornography ring.

But Rescuing Tara is so much more than bringing some truly reprehensible men - one of whom was "Tara's" own father - to justice.

Rescuing Tara is the story of how dedicated police officers on opposite sides of the world used the paedophile ring's own playroom - cyberspace itself - along with good old-fashioned investigative work in their search for a young girl whose real name they didn't know; whose location was a mystery; and whose fate was unknown.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940032950370
Publisher: Robin Bowles
Publication date: 12/18/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 621,870
File size: 363 KB

About the Author

In 1996 Robin read a newspaper report about the alleged suicide of Victorian country housewife Jennifer Tanner. Guessing there might be a book in the ‘story behind the news’, she closed her PR business for a year and wrote a best seller, Blind Justice, now in its eighth reprint. She has written a bestseller almost every year since. During her career as an investigative writer she also obtained a private investigator’s licence. Some of the cases she was involved in inspired her novels, The Curse of the Golden Yo-Yo and Mystery of the Missing Masterpiece. Widely recognised as Australia’s foremost true crime writer, Robin is also a national convenor of Sisters in Crime Australia.‘Robin Bowles relentless investigation, including over 50 hours spent interviewing Bradley Murdoch, reveals not only the complexities of a case investigated over thousands of kilometres, but realities of people and places which are almost alien to those of us who hug the green shores around the dead centre and populate that landscape with our deepest fears and worst imaginings,’ Katrina Beard presenting the Davitt Award for true crime to Dead Centre, 2006.

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Rescuing Tara 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Im glad Tara was rescued.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought book was really sad. I thought it was well writen and inpirin
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Went binside her house and changed into her tank top and jeans