Shark! Killer Tales from the Dangerous Depths

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction x
  • Part 1- The Hunters and the Hunted 1
  • 1- Ben Cropp 3
  • 2- Walter Starck 23
  • 3- Bob and Dinah Halstead 44
  • 4- Vic Hislop 58
  • 5- Richard Fitzpatrick 78
  • 7- Ron and Valerie Taylor 98
  • 8- Fritz Herscheid 108
  • Part 2- The Killers 117
  • 9- Number One- The Great White Shark 119
  • 10- Number Two- The Tiger Shark 128
  • 11- Number Three- The Bull Shark 134
  • 12- And Then There Are These… 138
  • Part 3- Our Fatal Shores 159
  • 13- queensland 161
  • 14- New South Wales 186
  • 15- South Australia 198
  • 16- Western Australia 211
  • 17- Victoria 222
  • 18- Tasmania 227
  • Part 4- They Cheated Death 245
  • 19- Summer of the Shark 247
  • 20- When Courage Prevails 258
  • 21- With Luck on Their Side 269
  • Part 5- Killing in Numbers 285
  • 22- Rogue Sharks 287
  • 23- Nine Days of Terror 300
  • 24- New Jersey’s Fatal Summer 308
  • 25- Mass Attacks—The Rest of the World 317
  • Part 6- Strange Tales of Mystery and Evolution 325
  • 26- The Extraordinary Arm-in-the-Shark Murder Mystery 327
  • 27- More Tall but True Shark Tales 334
  • 28- The Biggest, the Smallest, the Weirdest 343
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