Victor Chang: Murder of a Hero

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New Holland Publishers Pty, Limited, 2005 - Murder - 207 pages
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Victor Chang was a brilliant man and certainly a hero in our culture. Through his ground-breaking medical work he saved lives and helped many others and he left a legacy that will stand through time. Why was he senselessly murdered in the leafy streets of Mosman in Sydney in 1991? With his usual skill of story telling and inside knowledge of police procedure, Ron Stephenson gives a gripping account of the murder of a hero and of the police investigation that extended interstate and overseas to track down Victor Chang's killers. Sadly, this was Ron's last book before his death in 2005.

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