About Sarah McLean 5 Articles
Sarah McLean recently graduated from a Bachelor of Arts (Humanities) (Honours) at Federation University Australia. Now that her head isn’t in the books all the time (with the exception of the occasional novel or true crime book), she has more time to enjoy her true passions – researching and writing about historical crime, films, and narrowing down her ‘to watch’ list. Her feature articles and short stories can also be found in FedPress Magazine. She is a consumer of, and is often consumed by, true crime and popular culture.
EXCLUSIVE! ‘Pinging’ Kiwi sailor faces jail over MDMA deal while on Aussie stop-over that almost killed sloshed Navy mate
EXCLUSIVE: A diver with New Zealand’s navy is facing nine months in jail over a drug deal in Australia that left one of his fellow sailors near-death due to the combined effects of MDMA and a massive binge drinking session in Cairns.
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BOOK REVIEW: The publication of ‘Banquet: The Untold Story of Adelaide’s Family Murders’ – a detailed account by investigative journalist Debi Marshall of the unsolved serial murders of young men in Adelaide 40 years ago is important, writes Therese Taylor.