Justice, Law and Crime
Author Rhonda Dolzan’s books, “The Poisonous Drone”, and the paired crime novelettes: “A Perfect Psychological Murder” and “Who Put the Body in the East End Markets?”
This book is a comprehensive account of the history, lifestyle and values of a small Slavey Dene community in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The community is located north of the 60th parallel in the middle of the Deh Cho (Mackenzie River) Valley. It is about the history of the Dene people in attempting to maintain their traditional lifestyle and as much as possible sovereignty over their land.
Frida has shared her story of miraculous survival, God’s grace, the power of forgiveness, inner healing and resilience around the world including, Africa, Europe, America and Australia.
A droll memoir of an eventful life.
On 11 January 1965, 15-year-old best friends, Marianne Schmidt and Christine Sharrock were overwhelmed and slaughtered in the sandhills behind Sydney’s Wanda Beach.
TO GO UNDERCOVER, SPIES TAKE ON DIFFERENT PERSONAS
“Magna carta is now seen as a traditional mandate for trial by jury, justice for all, accountable government and no arbitrary imprisonment.” – Magna Carta Monument, Canberra
This book tackles one of the scourges of our digital society, typically termed ‘fake news’, where false information is disseminated widely, often to promote extreme ideology or particular political views.
Deborah left Wayne after eighteen years of his violence, taking their children with her. She thought they were now free from abuse. Not so. This is the sequel to Whose Life Is It Anyway? Recognising and Surviving Domestic Violence.
ISBN 978-0-6485614-5-3PAPERBACK ISBN 978-1-922337-21-4EBOOKWhit ‘My father was a policeman - he was shot’Pebbly Beach remains a timeless place, but it holds a dark secret The waves lap at the stony shore, seemingly wearing away at a 38-year-old mystery - the death of...
“Where there is hatred and envy,
Where there is quarrel and conflict, there is the devil the leader,
but where there is love, peace and harmony, there is God.”
– Maria Magdalena Reuter
A memoir of combat, love, fatherhood, and the mysterious toxic burn pits
Trafﬁc offences are the most expiated, and prosecuted of any category of offences in South Australia. Arguably no other area of the law so directly engages the community.
A Lawyer in Paradise is an eyes-wide-shut attempt to avoid the stereotypical slow- Volvo-driving, old lawyer in a black hat, Rob Anderson leapt at the opportunity to become Assistant Attorney General of Western Samoa.
This story recounts the inquest into the murder of Bertha Schippan on 1 January 1902. Her elder sister, Mary, was charged with the murder, but she was found not guilty. At the time, the news surrounding the murder and trial captivated the nation.
Let My Voice Be Yours. Domestic Violence: A Survivor’s Guide For Every Woman
From Tightrope Publishing. From high functioning, multi-tasking, goat-owning paramedic, to broken, blubbering mess on the side of the road – Kim’s journey through PTSD.