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'On 28 April 1996 a gunman opened fire in and around the Port Arthur Historic Site on Tasmania's Tasman Peninsula killing 35 people and seriously injuring many more. Martin Bryant was arrested, charged and jailed for 35 counts of murder and numerous other offences. He will never be released from Prison.There were a large number of direct and indirect victims as a result of the Port Arthur Massacre. Many have spoken out, but one of them has remained silent: Bryant's mother Carleen. This is her story.' (Publisher's blurb)

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Whose Line Is It Anyway? The Murderer, His Mother, and the Ghost Writers Christopher Kremmer , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 27 April 2016;
'This is a story about stories. Who writes them. Who owns them and what happens when the two things get muddled. It’s a story about true stories, life stories, stories written by amateurs and professionals. It sounds a warning to the growing number of readers who aspire to publish their own memoirs, and those who write the lives of others.' (Introduction)
Book on Murderer Defended David Killick , 2010 single work column
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 6 December 2010; (p. 10)
Book on Murderer Defended David Killick , 2010 single work column
— Appears in: The Courier-Mail , 6 December 2010; (p. 10)
Whose Line Is It Anyway? The Murderer, His Mother, and the Ghost Writers Christopher Kremmer , 2016 single work essay
— Appears in: The Conversation , 27 April 2016;
'This is a story about stories. Who writes them. Who owns them and what happens when the two things get muddled. It’s a story about true stories, life stories, stories written by amateurs and professionals. It sounds a warning to the growing number of readers who aspire to publish their own memoirs, and those who write the lives of others.' (Introduction)
Last amended 6 Dec 2010 08:49:36
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  • Port Arthur, Tasman Peninsula, Forestier Peninsula - Tasman Peninsula area, Southeast Tasmania, Tasmania,
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