The release of the Spicer Report by the Independent Commission Against Corruption has been bad news for many named within its pages, but here in the Crikey bunker we couldn’t help but notice a pattern appear among the names of the chapters. While Ms Tips felt like she was reading the content pages of an old-school British whodunnit, others within the Crikey bunker thought they sounded like titles of an adult film. These are the chapter names that got us wondering under which genre heading they should belong:

“Buildev and its personnel”

“Mr Tripodi and Mr Roozendaal become involved”

“The NSW Treasury Report is leaked”

“Mr Tinkler and Ms McKay”

“The Nicolaou proposal”

“Was the trust a sham?”

“Mr Hartcher’s role”

“The real purpose of the payments”

“Who is ‘our big man’?”

“Mr McCloy and the $10,000”

Peter Fray

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