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Until a shocking tragedy tore her family apart and forced her to leave home. A few states remain where laymen can practice law. Volume 41, Number 3, Issue 129 pp. Wake me up when it's over : 2010 Ryan Kwanten and Steve Bisley star in Patrick Hughes' film which tries to blend several genres — Aussie Western, horror, thriller — but resorts to lazy clichés, a silly supernatural element and unexplained behaviour. Volume 41, Number 3, Issue 129 pp. Author Julie Szego tells this story of a man who maintained his innocent throughout. An anonymous young woman murdered in a run-down hotel, all identifying characteristics dissolved by acid.