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  • Roger Rogerson

    Everyone has been aware of the parlous state of the NSW Police in the last decades of the 20th century. However, Duncan McNab (almost a Gilbert & Sullivan name for an ex-copper) has written an eye popping account of the period, largely focused on two of the worst, Rogerson and Glen McNamara. Related with authority and, at times, a dry sense of humour which will bring a smile and the occasional laugh out loud moment to the reader. However, the corruption revealed is asttounding. A Must Read for all those interested in Australia's criminal past.

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