BEYOND AZARIA Black Light White Light

Author: Chamberlain (Michael) with Tarling (Lowell)
Year: 1999
Publisher: Information Australia
First Edition
Edition Details: 1st Australian Edn.
Book Condition: F/F
ISBN: 9781863502771
Price: 10.00
Hardback. On the night of August 17, 1980 - against the grand panorama of Uluru - 500 tourists, 45 schoolboys and crack Aboriginal trackers followed the trail of the dingo that took Azaria Chamberlain. It led to someone's backyard. By the morning the tracks were all but obliterated. Shortly after, the trail was picked up by countless journalists around Australia. By the time they had finished, the plot had assumed cosmic, surreal and murderous proportions. Nothing sensible was left to follow and the public was fed a pack of lies. In time, millions of Australians, from every walk of life, followed that dingo's trail. Everybody had a spectaculative opinion, everyone had something to say. Misunderstood and misquoted, for years Michael Chamberlain kept his silence. Until now, he had never told his story freely and at length. It is the story of a Christian man who at one stage lost his career, his income, his marriage and even appeared to have lost his reputation. The only thing he never lost was his faith, which was strong enough to have him write this sometimes sad, but surprisingly positive account. With Illus. Pds + Appendix. 214pp. 8vo. h/back. From the library of true crime writer, Wilfred Gregg, with his personal b/plate. F. in f. protected dw.


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