Ned Kelly Gangster hero of the Australian outback by Charlie Boxer
  

Ned Kelly Gangster hero of the Australian outback

Written by Charlie Boxer
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Ned Kelly Gangster hero of the Australian outback by Charlie Boxer

Ned Kelly, born into a large family of Irish settlers in Australia, grew up bad. Cool and defiant, he graduated from horse-stealing, to cattle-thieving to 'robbery under arms'. Then, at 23, he shot three policemen dead. This is the story of how, despite being a known murderer, he became one of Australia's greatest national heroes. 10+

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Charlie Boxer
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Publisher

Short Books Ltd

Publication date

17th June 2004

ISBN

9781904095613


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