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Revered New Zealand author James McNeish has written the most extraordinary novel of his distinguished career. The Crime of Huey Dunstan combines courtroom drama with psychological mystery in a compelling exploration of justice, the law and humanity.

A young man stands in the dock accused of murder-a brutal murder, apparently motiveless. When Professor Chesney, a psychologist specialising in trauma, is called as an expert witness he is at first baffled. This young man, Huey Dunstan, was a bubbly, smiling child not so long ago. What brought him to bludgeon an old man to death? Why does he seem determined at all cost to incriminate himself? As Ches delves into Huey's past, with the sensitive insight that perhaps only a blind man could have, the jury is asked to consider an unthinkable defence.

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