Paul Anderson has been a crime reporter for the Herald Sun since 1994, and is currently the paper's longest serving police roundsman. One of the team that won a Walkley Award in 1995 for a special liftout on the murder of Sheree Beasley, Paul was also head of a team of reporters that won the 2004 Quill Award - Best Deadline Report for a series of stories on the murder of crime patriarch Lewis Moran.
Dirty Dozen is a collection of true-crime stories that takes you inside some of the most intriguing and violent cases that have crossed the country.
Paul Anderson's position over the last 9 years as a Herald Sun crime reporter gives him the sources and the information on both sides to make this a truly insider's account. There are stories about armed robbers, crimes of obsession, vendettas, unsolved cases, psychopaths and cop killers. Dirty Dozen is for all of us who are fascinated by true crime.
The twelve cases give you an insight into the investigations, the psyche of the criminals, and the minds of the investigators who have dedicated their lives to chasing justice and protecting the public.