Killing Love

Synopsis

On the day of Rebecca Poulson’s 33rd birthday, her father, niece and nephew were murdered. The murderer had been part of her family; her brother-in-law, Neung, the father of the children.Killing Love is Rebecca’s journey through homicide; grief, the police investigations, the media interest, the court cases, the moments of great despair – and the healing. It is a story of individual tragedy and a family’s strength, but it is also a story of a community’s attitude to family violence.As a reluctant warrior for those who cannot speak for themselves, Rebecca talked to the NSW State Premier and politicians, on multiple TV shows and to print journalists in the hope that the mistakes made by the police force, DOCS, the legal system and solicitors will never be made again. Rebecca’s contact with policy makers has been nothing short of history-making, and her story has directly influenced domestic violence laws in the state.
Rebecca Poulson
About the author

Rebecca Poulson

Rebecca Poulson is a writer and professional speaker on homicide, suicide, grief, writing, how to design your future and work/life balance. She is a double degree holder in Economics and Science, is a qualified chartered accountant and a registered naturopath and counsellor. Rebecca’s passion has been writing and speech-craft from a young age, however, she took a detour through a career in investment banking, funds management, change management and project management for large finance companies in Sydney.

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      1. Skyee says:

        Hi Rebecca i would just like to say i could not put your book down and have told so many of my friends to read it. It truly touched my heart and has definitely made me want to hold my beautiful angels tighter. I admire the way you loved your niece and nephew father and brother so much. My daughter is 3 1/2 and my son is 22 months and is alot like Bas in nature. I hope with people reading your book brings awareness to people about domestic violene. Thank you