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Bert Wrout was shot while at the heart of Australia's bloodiest ever drugs turf war, with a tally of 39 bodies at last count. Bert enlisted formerly retired Melbourne crime journalist, Brett Quine, to help put the record straight and free the public from popular myth.
About the Author
Bert Wrout was shot and technically ‘killed’ during the Melbourne Gangland War in 2004. He spent more than 10 years as Moran’s drinking mate, driver and confidante, and 15 years as Moran’s associate before that.
Brett Quine had been a newspaper crime reporter for more than 20 years. In those two decades, he busted corrupt cops, triads, politicians and bungling spies until he was effectively dismissed for misconduct by the Herald Sun in the late 1990s. He now owns and runs a bar in West Melbourne.
A very impressive book. So many questions that remained unknown for so long are finally answered.
Brilliant well written book! Couldn't put it down. Must get the truth out, a must to read and share!
Well written and gives you an insight into the "underbelly" crime environment of Melbourne
A book that is impossible to put down. If you have followed this topic and are familar with the places and names involved it is almost as if you are there. Well done Bert!
Love this book it's so real well worth reading but once you start you can't stop. I'm in WA so I can buy it here, Great book!
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st November 2012
Publisher: Bonnier Publishing Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3
Weight (kg): 0.38