Elementary by Ian Wishart

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The book that finally identifies the “mystery ketch”. The book that finally cracks the case. Ben Smart. Olivia Hope. Scott Watson. Unmissable. Unprecedented. Unexpected.

All other details about what’s in this book remain confidential until the moment of its release in a fortnight. No hints. No exceptions.


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    Gary Fredericksen

    Just finished reading Elementary. I could not put the book down. Absolutely compelling. I have read all the publications regarding the Sounds murders and yours is by far the closest to the truth. Congratulations for finally bringing this mystery to finality. I hope you get the accolades you are due for this publication. Best regards. Gary Fredericksen

    March 13, 2018
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    Barry Newman

    The finest investigative journalism I have ever read.

    April 25, 2016
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    Brenda Scott

    This book is difficult to read. I found I had to jump backwards and forwards to follow it; and it certainly should have been proof read before publication. I don’t doubt the conclusion that Watson is in the right place, but not because of what I read here. The author adds nothing to his work by slamming others who have written on the case. Not a good read, and not a book I would recommend.

    April 16, 2016
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    Stuart L

    Seriously good book which pretty much answers every question I ever had about the case. Occam’s razor is brought to bear with devastating results for all who have ever taken an interest in this evil and terrible affair that has haunted New Zealand for 18 years.

    February 14, 2016

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