Author(s): Peter Lalor
This horrific true crime work tells the story of Katherine Knight, a grandmother and slaughter house worker who became Australia's most notorious female murderer. Author Peter Lalor covered the case for a top daily newspaper in Australia and interviewed Knight's ex-lovers, family, friends, and a former cop who worked on the investigation to present this chilling true story.
Winner of Ned Kelly Awards for Australian Crime Writing: Best True Crime Category 2003.
Peter Lalor has been with the Daily Telegraph since 1994 where he is a senior feature writer and sports columnist, as well as producing a regular beer column. He has covered numerous major stories for the paper, including the Sydney Olympics, and did a stint on Christmas Island during the Tampa crisis. Born and raised in Bendigo, he has worked for the Sunday Observer, the Sunday Age and the Sun News Pictorial and did a stint in radio as a writer-producer.