On a hazy summer's morning in 1965, nine-year-old Michael McCabe and his four-year-old sister, Catherine, kiss their mother goodbye and set off to the beach. They never return. As a junior constable, Bill Keliher was there when the McCabe kids went missing.

Now, still enslaved by the mystery thirty years later, the respected senior police inspector will be there when the riddle is solved ...

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Chris Nyst

Chris Nyst was born in Blackall, western Queensland, in 1953. Raised in Brisbane, he obtained a Law degree from the University of Queensland before commencing practice as a solicitor in Brisbane, and later on the Gold Coast. As a lawyer he has been involved in some of Australia's most sensational cases. He is recognised as one of Queensland's finest criminal law advocates, and has been a regular speaker and guest lecturer on criminal law and advocacy. As a writer he has made prolific contributions to a range of legal publications. Chris lives on the Gold Coast.

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Review CROOK AS ROOKWOOD - Chris Nyst
Sunnie Gill
Friday, September 28, 2007
Blog Ned Kelly's 2006 Ceremony Report
Karen Chisholm
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
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0732268117
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