Who Poisoned Mary Dean?

by Maurie Garland

Set in colonial Sydney in 1895. With painstaking research, Maurie Garland reveals for the first time the full story behind the trial that changed Australia justice.

The trial that followed her husband’s arrest and the public meetings and Royal Commission that followed, riveted the attention of all Australia as crucial questions about the roles of judges, lawyers and witnesses in trials were examined, trying to determine what constitutes a fair trial.

263 pages with photographs
13.5 x 21cm
Printed 2019
Cost $25