The Murder of Sheree is much more than simply a true crime book. At its heart, it’s a powerful and compelling account of how one of the most infamous and shocking murders in Australian history came to happen – and how justice came to be done. But it’s also a forensic examination of how the crime would shatter the lives of dozens of people, some of whom had never met six-year-old Sheree Beasley. Wayne Miller’s newspaper reporting on the case earned him a Walkley Award for excellence in journalism. With The Murder of Sheree he went much deeper, his enduring relationship with those most deeply affected by the murder revealing just how much devastation such a crime can cause. Miller’s writing is as clear, passionate and compelling as ever, and The Murder of Sheree remains one of the finest books of its kind ever published in Australia.