Evil Angels: The Case of Lindy Chamberlain

Evil Angels: The Case of Lindy Chamberlain Review

The story of the mysterious death of nine-week-old Azaria Chamberlain near Ayers Rock in 1980. While Azaria's mother claimed a dingo had taken her baby, she was widely disbelieved. The Chamberlains were Seventh-Day Adventists, and there were rumours ...

Title:Evil Angels: The Case of Lindy Chamberlain
Edition Language:English

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  • Moira Russell

    Dry but fairly interesting story behind the film A Cry in the Dark, starring Meryl Streep. What lifts this book a bit above the regular true-crime nonfiction field is it's apparently written in true A...

  • Eric_W

    I was reminded of this book after reading Notgettingenough's review of Who Killed Leanne Holland?. I read it years ago, but the basic story still sticks in my mind. A nine-week old child disappeared a...

  • Ted

    For my tastes, too much material about foresnics and not enough about the human element....

  • Missy

    Heart-breaking book, the first half covers the incident and its immediate aftermath. Then the second half is all about the mess the police made. First half spent almost crying, as it is incredibly wri...

  • Michael Burge

    Compulsory reading for anyone claiming the right to an opinion about the Chamberlain case. Captures the Australian appetite for opinion over fact perfectly....

  • Fayette

    I am going to mark this book read, even though (true confession) I mostly just read the first and last parts. I got bogged down in the middle for about a year. I gave it 3 stars because it was a faith...

  • Michael

    Read the summer of the film "A Cry in the Dark," and was glad I had. A truly horrifying story of institutionalized prejudice and bumbling police inspectors and how their ineptness compound a family's ...

  • Melinda Elizabeth

    very easy to read book. By the end of it it was more like a transcript of the legal proceedings more than anything else and it was a little dry, but overall considering the topic matter it would be pr...

  • Scarlett Sims

    I saw this ebook was on sale and since I'd always kind of wanted to know the story behind the case, I bought it and immediately started reading it. When I was about halfway through, there was also an ...

  • Billy Stevenson

    Lindy Chamberlain is such a big part of the Australian consciousness that I didn’t realise how much I didn’t know about her case – or how much I took for granted – until I read John Bryson’s...