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Title:
Great Australian Mysteries: Spine-Tingling Tales of Disappearances, Secrets, Unsolved Crimes and Lost Treasure (MP3)
Written by:
Graham Seal 
Read by:
David Tredinnick 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
9 hours 43 minutes 
MP3 size:
420 MB 
Published:
April 01 2022 
Available Date:
April 01 2022 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781038600776 
Genres:
Non-fiction; Australian; True Crime; Unsolved 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Bestselling author
Australian author

Australia's master storyteller Graham Seal brings to life the enigmas and puzzles behind famous unsolved crimes, long-held secrets, buried loot and strange phenomena from the bush and the city.

Australia has always been a land of mysteries. Some are ancient, some are historical and many continue to perplex us today – and will probably continue to do so tomorrow. More often than most of us would like to think, things simply vanish and people disappear without explanation, leaving a trail of heartbreak across generations. Australia also has its fair share of buried loot and fabulous riches gone missing – somewhere. Master storyteller Graham Seal has gathered mysteries from around Australia. There are riddles of lost explorers, unexplained phenomena and yarns of fish, frogs or pebbles falling from the sky. There are unsolved crimes and long-held secrets, hidden tunnels and wartime enigmas, and hair-raising tales from the bush and from the city.

'Aussies know how to spin a good yarn, and Graham Seal knows how to tell them.'
The Weekly Times

'I had often wondered what happened to Cook's vessel the Endeavour, Ned Kelly's skull and The Pyjama Girl's murderer. Graham's book answers most of these queries but, as with any good mystery, raises further questions and makes you think.'
Rob Willis OAM, National Library of Australia Oral History and Folklore Collections

'Graham Seal writes ripper, fair dinkum, true-blue Aussie yarns.' (on Australia's Funniest Yarns)
The Weekly Times