WAS THE KILLER OF HARVEY AND JEANNETTE CREWE A POLICE INSIDER?
The shocking new evidence in a 40 year old cold case
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If you want to know who benefits, it's the old story, follow the money. Will it be different this time around? In 2001, Ian Wishart wrote 'the book' on state asset sales, examining the plundering of the BNZ, Air New Zealand and others. Now, a decade later, with a National administration seeking to partially float state assets, Wishart's Daylight…
A new witness comes forward:
"Dear Ian, I have had information since 1970 that I have been far too frightened to release. I made an effort to inform the Police in 1970 and spoke to a Sergeant Johnston...he told me that if I ever rang the Police with that information again or made any attempt to have it made known then I would be the next bastard found in the river"
Award-winning investigative journalist Ian Wishart hunts down significant new leads and, for the first time, Arthur Allan Thomas describes his arrest, his years behind bars and his life since release - an incredible, never-before-told story...
WHAT THE CRITICS SAID:
"Undeniably...when Wishart hits he hits big. The Inside Story is a book two generations of New Zealanders have waited for...Wishart...offers an explosive new theory about who pulled the trigger of the gun that killed the Crewes in their Pukekawa farmhouse and theorises about the mystery woman who fed their infant daughter Rochelle, for days after the murders.
"With his thorough analysis of the evidence and his generous use of first-person accounts it's a stellar piece of journalism" - Southland Times
"Wishart has a brand new prime suspect and he lays out his case in this fascinating and highly readable book. Wishart is painstaking in his investigation, and his interviews with the man at the centre of the case, Arthur Thomas, offer a remarkable insight into one of New Zealand's most memorable characters" - Kerre Woodham, Newstalk ZB