9 April 2014

sixty-seven years ago - part 10 - people are again talking about the Arcade Murder

Although 67 years have passed by since the names Reg Brown and Bronia Armstrong were in all the newspapers and on everybody's lips, this St. Lucia accountant and his 19 year old typist are once again becoming a topic of conversation amongst Brisbane residents.
 During the last couple of weeks we have been invited to share our grandfather's story with various groups, including the Brisbane chapter of Sisters in Crime (plus one gentleman) and the ladies from the Society of Women Writers. 
Furthermore, during Matt Condon's recent interview about his book Jacks and Jokers, held in Brisbane and conducted by ABC's Paul Barclay, Matt referenced our book and his upcoming QWeekend article including Frank Bischof's involvement in the solving of Bronia Armstrong's murder. As usual  Matt's intelligent and articulate delivery of the seedy and disturbing facts surrounding Queensland's past police and political culture drew a huge audience.
Click here to listen to Matt Condon's interview
 Deb and Jan

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