Reasonable Doubt: Bizarre Tales of Death & Justice

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Reasonable Doubt: Bizarre Tales of Death & Justice, or just Reasonable Doubt, is a true crime book by Australian author and Herald Sun journalist, Wayne Howell. The book was first published in 2007 by the Five Mile Press and explores eighteen unusual murders in Australia during the 1990s and 21st century. Reasonable Doubt is Howell's second book after Killer Excuses, which explores extraordinary defences tried in Australian manslaughter and murder trials.

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Reasonable Doubt investigates eighteen infamous and unusual murders, particularly in the city of Melbourne.

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