Glenrowan, by Ian W Shaw, tells of the siege at Glenrowan, the final act in the tale of the KellyGang.
I found this book very interesting. I have read quite a bit about Ned
Kelly over the years, and found this added a lot to my knowledge. The
book goes into great detail about the siege at Glenrowan, and although
there is a lot of detail it is never overwhelming. It is well-paced,
and keeps track of quite a large cast of characters very clearly.
Ian Shaw has researched extensively, and lets us observe the action over the period of the siege, using the words of those who were there to make it live for the reader. He presents the story in an unbiased way, which is quite a change from much of the Kelly literature.
Eclectic Reader Challenge, True Crime category