Master Detective

  • Master Detective July 2018

    A sleepover seemed like a fun idea to Payton Lautner, 12. Trouble was, her two pals were intent on becoming violent proxies for a digital myth called The Slenderman…

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  • Master Detective June 2018

    Two key anniversaries in the history of the British justice system feature…

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  • Master Detective May 2018

    This is the first part of the not-to-be-missed definitive story of the notorious 1969 Manson Murders…

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  • Master Detective April 2018

    It’s now more than 50 years since 25-year-old Patricia Docker was horrifically murdered by an unknown killer…

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  • Master Detective March 2018

    The recent death of Mafia “boss of bosses” Salvatore “Totò” Riina makes our new series…

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  • Master Detective February 2018

    The gruesome two-year killing spree of Peter Manuel, the Beast of Birkenshaw, will never be forgotten. Nor should it be…

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  • Master Detective January 2018

    Lesley Whittle was just 17 when she was abducted from her Shropshire home by Dennis Neilson, the Black Panther…

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  • Master Detective December 2017

    In 1995 Britain was shocked by the murder of little Sophie Hook. “You are a fiend and your crimes are every parent’s worst nightmare come to pass…

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  • Master Detective November 2017

    He led the team of law enforcement agents famously dubbed “the Untouchables” and his tenacious efforts…

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  • Master Detective October 2017

    Executions are something of a rarity in the US state of Colorado. It’s exactly 20 years ago this month that killer Gary Davis was put to death…

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  • Master Detective September 2017

    A killer who claimed he was possessed by the spirit of notorious Prohibition-era gangster Jack “Legs” Diamond…

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  • Master Detective August 2017

    The French A6 road, much used by British motorists driving from Paris to the Mediterranean, is generally

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  • Master Detective July 2017

    Was the late 60s TV playwright Jimmy O’Connor a killer or the victim…

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2017

    In 1969 the Rolling Stones’ guitarist was found dead in his own swimming pool

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  • Master Detective June 2017

    Public executions were major crowd-pulling events in 19th-century Britain and Ireland,

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  • Master Detective May 2017

    Teacher Stephanie Scott was about to get married when she fell into the clutches…

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  • Master Detective April 2017

    Scotland’s Classic Cases takes us to Dundee this month as we focus on the still unsolved Templeton Woods murders of 1979 and 1980…

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  • Master Detective March 2017

    Claim your free book by clicking here Inside the Mind Of The Sex Killer

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  • Master Detective February 2017

    How a lucky break helped police finally solve the horrific murder in her own home of schoolgirl Yiannoulla “Lucy” Yianni

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  • Master Detective January 2017

    Forty years ago this month double-murderer Gary Gilmore was executed by firing squad

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  • Master Detective December 2016

    For the city of Glasgow, Tuesday, July 15th, 1969, was a day like no other.

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  • Master Detective November 2016

    It was 1980 when the prison door slammed shut, and Californian Michael Hanline was beginning a life sentence for murder he didn’t commit…

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  • Master Detective October 2016

    How on earth did it happen? The Jonestown, Guyana murder-suicide of 918 members of the People’s Temple cult in 1978

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  • Master Detective September 2016

    In The Footsteps Of Jack The Ripper, in which we’ll be looking at the other murders to have taken place in “Blood Alley”

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  • Master Detective August 2016

    Two Burmese men face execution following the murders of British pair Hannah Witheridge and David Miller on Koh Tao…

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  • Master Detective July 2016

    J. Edgar Hoover was still in his twenties when the call came to head up America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation

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  • Master Detective June 2016

    In Britain, August 1987 is remembered for the events at Hungerford, Berkshire, when 27-year-old Michael Ryan went on a horrific killing spree

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  • Master Detective May 2016

    When a sword-wielding young man, dressed up like the Star Wars character Darth Vader, visited the Kronan School in Sweden

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  • Master Detective April 2016

    Twisted Amanda Taylor wanted revenge – and she was determined that her father-in-law was going to pay the price..

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  • Master Detective March 2016

    A focus on Manchester Murders this month…

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  • Master Detective February 2016

    When four boys bird-nesting in Hagley Wood, near Stourbridge,

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  • Master Detective January 2016

    John Wayne Thomson is “the reason why the death penalty is still relevant,”

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  • Master Detective December 2015

    Breaking Bad was a hugely successful TV show and Jason Hart copied the practical advice featured in the show…

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  • Master Detective November 2015

    It’s 16 years since Gary Heidnik, the subject of this month’s One Life Of Crime, w

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  • Master Detective October 2015

    “I wasn’t worried about losing my property or never seeing my girlfriend again. It was just in my mind to go down to Port Arthur and kill a lot of people.”

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  • Master Detective September 2015

    “A lot of people are encumbered with a mechanism called guilt. I don’t feel guilty for anything. I feel sorry for people who feel guilt.”

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  • Master Detective August 2015

    Is it really possible to commit suicide by strangling yourself to death? I

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  • Master Detective July 2015

    How should the law deal with a teenage killer?

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  • Master Detective June 2015

    Escaping from the Mecklenburg Correctional Center in Richmond, Virginia, was meant to be impossible

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2015

    Available now from True Crime Library

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  • Master Detective May 2015

    Sharon Marshall was a girl without any past or future thanks to the horrific and heartbreaking life she’d to endure with her “daddy.”

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  • Master Detective April 2015

    The Serpent. The extraordinary story of serial killer Charles Sobhraj

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  • Master Detective March 2015

    Freda Rumbold might not be the most famous British husband-killer but she is, nevertheless,

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  • Master Detective February 2015

    Spendthrift Alabama mum Marie Hilley had become bored with her 24-year marriage…

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  • Master Detective January 2015

    William Edmunds was one of the British killers sentenced to death in the mid-1950s…

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  • Master Detective December 2014

    It’s 50 years since the great soul singer Sam Cooke met his sudden end in a motel in LA

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  • Master Detective November 2014

    Should there be a limit on the number of years a case can lie cold before a prosecution is brought?

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  • Master Detective October 2014

    Edith Thompson’s execution in 1923 for the murder of her husband may have been one of the greatest miscarriages in the history of British justice

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  • Master Detective September 2014

    A crime of passion in Essex, mind-boggling savagery in Yorkshire, one of London’s most enduring prostitute murder mysteries, an extraordinary abduction-jailbreak…

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  • Master Detective August 2014

    Some of our most knowledgeable crime buffs may be surprised to learn that the last execution for rape…

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  • Master Detective July 2014

    Marc Dutroux has been making headlines again in his native Belgium…

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  • Master Detective June 2014

    Born in Italy and brought up in Boston, Massachusetts, trusting Roberto Troyan was a wealthy artistic socialite who,

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2014

    Collection of real life crime

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  • Master Detective May 2014

    Marvin Gaye, the golden boy of soul music, the debonair Prince of Motown lay dead in his parents house…

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  • Master Detective April 2014

    Lynda Lyon Block harboured a massive grudge against society. Anyone in uniform, any official, any edict or law

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  • Master Detective March 2014

    “It was haunting me for twenty years,” the killer admitted.

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  • Master Detective February 2014

    “I must have lifted the axe and hit her,” another killer admitted. “I don’t know how many times

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  • Master Detective January 2014

    July 8th, 1965, saw one of the most audacious and meticulously-planned prison breaks in British criminal history

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  • Master Detective December 2013

    “Calling All Amateur Maigrets – How Good A Detective Are You?”

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  • Master Detective November 2013

    Few people can be unaware that November 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy

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  • Master Detective October 2013

    February 12th, 1934, was a special day for two decidedly different reasons. Firstly, it was the birthday of former US president Abraham Lincoln

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  • Master Detective September 2013

    Family killings seem to dominate this issue of Master Detective

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  • Master Detective August 2013

    William Murfitt was a man to be envied. He was a wealthy, enterprising farmer with 1,000 acres near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk…

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  • Master Detective July 2013

    From Wales. No one has yet explained why a serial rapist was allowed to go free…

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  • Master Detective June 2013

    As their trial at Norwich Crown Court drew to a close in January 2013, the two accused began blaming each other for the murder

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2013

    Collection of cases from around the world packed with 20 all true murder stories

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  • Master Detective May 2013

    Samuel Little was proud of his position as cashier at the Dublin terminus of Ireland’s Midland Great Western Railway

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  • Master Detective April 2013

    The witnesses reeled in disbelief as the victim foamed at the mouth, writhed and sweated, and the death-room

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  • Master Detective March 2013

    When teenager Kyle Smith set fire to the men’s toilets at an air force base in Oklahoma in 2010

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  • Master Detective February 2013

    When wannabe Wiltshire serial killer Christopher Halliwell was arrested in 2011 for killing a woman he actually admitted two murders, but he was only prosecuted for one because of a police error over the second. Intrigued?

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  • Master Detective January 2013

    Yorkshire lass Linda Cook’s strangled body was found in a local lovers’ lane in September 1963. The case baffled the police and is still unsolved today. So someone out there knows more about the murder than they are saying.

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  • Master Detective December 2012

    Journalist Junita Nielsen bristled with anger when she heard that the authorities planned to pull down a street of Victorian houses in the middle of Sydney, Australia

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  • Master Detective November 2012

    Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed have been jailed for a very long time in a trial that pitted daughter against daughter and husband against wife.

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  • Master Detective October 2012

    “I have no conscience, I don’t believe in man, God, nor Devil…I hate the whole damn human race

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  • Master Detective September 2012

    As 2,300 volts shot through Allen “Tiny” Davis’s vast frame his whole body arched upwards like a rocket about to take off

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  • Master Detective August 2012

    The handyman at the Woodbine Inn had gone missing and when Harry’s crushed body was found the questions began – where did he die, why had the date of his birth been altered and who stood to benefit from his demise?

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  • Master Detective July 2012

    At the time the scene at Durham Assizes early in 1948 seemed like the end of a story, not the beginning

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  • Master Detective June 2012

    He is a man who may well carry his secrets to the grave, even though he was caught by DNA 33 years

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2012

    Jack Abbott – Norman Mailer’s lethal pupil An award-winning author’s protégé was released from prison but killed again

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  • Master Detective May 2012

    When she went to prison Debra Brown’s three children were young

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  • Master Detective April 2012

    Over the last two months Master Detective has focused on the crimes and execution of Barbara Graham

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  • Master Detective March 2012

    The controversial murder cases in the early 1950s led to the UK Homicide Act of 1957

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  • Master Detective February 2012

    In 1940 as in 1952, the law in the UK was unequivocal. If two people engaged in a crime shared a resolution to resist a police officer by violence

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  • Master Detective January 2012

    Despite the best efforts of the Metropolitan Police, assisted by American military police, Charles Connelly was allowed to slip through the proverbial net

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  • Master Detective December 2011

    When the killer of Freddy Morton dropped to oblivion at Armley Prison, Leeds, in 1934

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  • Master Detective November 2011

    Two family killings, separated by four decades and thousands of miles, punctuate this month’s issue. In each case, a mother and her young children seem to have died at the hands of a previously loving husband and father

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  • Master Detective October 2011

    Jennifer knew the best way to avoid trouble, or so she thought. Panic-stricken by the maniac who began to shout abuse at her

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  • Master Detective September 2011

    No one can say with any certainty if Richard Brinkley killed more than two people. But one thing is sure – as soon as he got to know a woman she did not have long to live, read this great story from Croydon, Surrey.

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  • Master Detective August 2011

    This is a very good sentence. "I saved him from the gallows," said Iraqi lawyer Tariq Harb after his British client Danny Fitzsimons,

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  • Master Detective July 2011

    In marrying Cecil Cornock for better or for worse Ann hadn’t bargained for anything like coming home and finding him sitting in front

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  • Master Detective June 2011

    With its racecourse gangs and its dirty weekend proximity to London, the Sussex seaside resort of Brighton enjoyed a raffish reputation

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2011

    Charlize Theron "When my mother killed my father"

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  • Master Detective May 2011

    Betty Smith was no prude. But even the broadminded have their limits and her RAF boyfriend David Williams overstepped hers

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  • Master Detective April 2011

    Sir David Attenborough, Britain’s foremost naturalist, has spent much of his life investigating and explaining the origins and idiosyncrasies of life

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  • Master Detective March 2011

    Did Susan kill to defend her honour? The trial judge left the jury in little doubt of the verdict he expected

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  • Master Detective February 2011

    The relatives of Scots Guardsman Paul McGee were mightily relieved when he left Basra and returned to Scotland to do recruiting work

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  • Master Detective January 2011

    In August 1994 the then Home Secretary announced that a computerised national register of DNA profiles for everybody arrested for criminal offences

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  • Master Detective December 2010

    On November 7th, 1783, John Austin became the last person executed at Tyburn,

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  • Master Detective November 2010

    An incredulous wife couldn’t believe what she was hearing. She said her husband Andrei couldn’t even kill a chicken

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  • Master Detective October 2010

    It was April 6th, 1917 – the day the United States declared war on Germany

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  • Master Detective September 2010

    For many who knew her, Jane Nagi was nothing but trouble. She was also an unlikely heroine

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  • Master Detective August 2010

    The magazine opens with a tragic case from the Isle of Wight where the prosecutor commented,

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  • Master Detective July 2010

    We have a pretty impressive archive of back issues, which we use all the time for research. But somewhere along the line we lost our only copy of our very first issue.

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  • Master Detective June 2010

    Serial killers are often depicted as cold, calculating fiends who carry on their gruesome pursuit with a terrifying and chilling intelligence.

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2010

    Police sent out a chilling warning to the kidnapper of a five-year-old girl

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  • Master Detective May 2010

    The fate of a British father of five was sealed from the moment he put his suitcase down in front of the Chinese customs officers.

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  • Master Detective April 2010

    On May 29th, 1868, over a thousand years of tradition in Britain and Ireland ended when capital punishment in public was ended.

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  • Master Detective February 2010

    The so-called Washington Sniper, John Allen Muhammad, was put to death by lethal injection in Virginia in November 2009.

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  • Master Detective January 2010

    This issue sees the start of two new series. The feature 30 Years Ago In Crime which takes a look at some of the headlines from years gone by.

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  • Master Detective December 2009

    He is considered to be a legend, a genius who transformed pop music in the 1960s. But of late Phil Spector

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  • Master Detective November 2009

    A sensational claim that 60s rock idol Jimi Hendrix was murdered has emerged in a new book by his road manager. The author alleges that Hendrix was murdered

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  • Master Detective October 2009

    The case was signed with the murder of a prostitute in her Norfolk home,

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  • Master Detective September 2009

    Rumour, hearsay, gossip and conjecture have swirled like a London fog around the infamous Whitechapel murders since the night they began long ago…

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  • Master Detective August 2009

    This month we continue the drama surrounding fervent Irish patriot Dr. Patrick Cronin who was last seen climbing into a horse-drawn rig in Chicago.

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  • Master Detective July 2009

    They were called the dynamiters and their mission was to begin a wave of terrorist attacks on England. They were ruled from America by the Triangle…

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  • Master Detective June 2009

    “When I read about the murders in the paper it was as if it was all a dream. Then I would resume my life as normal until the urge to kill the soldier came over me again and I’d go on the hunt again.

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2009

    The Harvey Nichols Murders Part 1 Death behind the perfume counter Part 2 Mistress murdered after shopping spree

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  • Master Detective May 2009

    In 1922 William and Helen Harkness were accused of the murder of a teenage girl. What came out at their trial above all else was the story of a desperate

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  • Master Detective April 2009

    The 999 caller had a 25-year history of personality problems relating to irritablity, anger control…

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  • Master Detective March 2009

    Back in the 1880s – then as now – Kingston Hill, bordering Richmond Park, was one of London’s most desirable residential districts…

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  • Master Detective February 2009

    A young lad made the discovery. At 11 a.m. on Saturday, September 24th, 1955

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  • Master Detective January 2009

    After strangling his girlfriend in a school cycle shed, James Rivett went home and read a book. He then visited a friend before giving himself up

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  • Master Detective December 2008

    We have good reason to believe the killer or killers are local and we feel the crime will be solved with the help of townspeople

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  • Master Detective November 2008

    Just over seven years ago, in the September 2001 issue, Master Detective described Barry George’s conviction for the murder of Jill Dando as “The Verdict That Shocked The Nation.” From the very beginning there were doubts about the safety of George’s conv

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  • Master Detective October 2008

    Child-killer Thomas Nicholson regarded his trial and sentence of death as something of a joke and his manner only changed when his execution was imminent and he realised at last that there was to be no reprieve. There had been no petition for mercy – the

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  • Master Detective September 2008

    Capital punishment in the shape of double executions plays a big part in this month’s issue – to be more precise, double hangings in the UK

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  • Master Detective August 2008

    Elegant, studious, quietly spoken Jean-Claude Romand was a brilliant doctor, medical researcher and pillar of the local community. He worked on secret projects at the World Health Organisation in Geneva, Switzerland, and was on the verge of a breakthrough

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  • Master Detective July 2008

    Quite by chance, religion seems to hold sway over this month’s issue. Psychopath Earle Nelson didn’t bother to cover his tracks, but for over a year this feral killer used his inhuman strength to rape and murder at will right across America

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  • Master Detective June 2008

    One of Master Detective’s key strengths is the willingness of our readers to get involved in shaping the content of the magazine

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2008

    •34 years for Sally Anne Bowman’s killer. •The rise and fall of Ronnie & Reggie Kray. •Tape of death. Kathleen recorded her own murder.

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  • Master Detective May 2008

    Scotsman Kenny Richey had just one hour to go before they strapped him in the electric chair and pulled the lever

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  • Master Detective April 2008

    Who killed Freddie Mills? Was the ex-champion boxer victim of a gangland hit, or a suicidal serial killer,

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  • Master Detective March 2008

    For the criminologist, there are few cases as compelling as “the one that got away” – that is, the unsolved murder. For …

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  • Master Detective February 2008

    Who murdered Brian Jones? It’s a bold question, and one which assumes more than the law is prepared to admit. As you’ll …

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  • Master Detective January 2008

    The crime passionel – “that most Gallic of get-out-of-jail cards” – is under fire as never before. It’s a defence agains…

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  • Master Detective December 2007

    When he peeled away the last layer from the package the detective found himself gazing into shrunken, sightless eyes in …

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  • Master Detective November 2007

    It is easy to see events with the wisdom of hindsight but even if Judith Ridgway had been more aware that her “Marlboro …

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  • Master Detective October 2007

    UXORICIDE – the abhorrent act of a husband killing a wife – occurs for many reasons and in many ways. The Murder Of …

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  • Master Detective September 2007

    When suitcases started mysteriously appearing, fishermen around the Chesapeake Bay Bridge area quickly called the police…

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    Rotting away in prison, his health failing, and the world having judged him the brutal killer of a defenceless woman, he…

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  • Master Detective July 2007

    “I knew he had problems, like he beat up his wife, he was a homosexual and he had a taste for young men. I knew all that…

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  • Master Detective June 2007

    When Liz read the letter she started shaking and then broke down in tears. The note was from a recovering alcoholic who …

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2007

    Perfect husband used poisoned condoms. Cheri’s husband was so desperate to continue his affairs – he resorted to the most twisted way to get rid of her.

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  • Master Detective May 2007

    It is interesting to note that three of this month’s stories began in the 1970s and are running to this day…In Califor…

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  • Master Detective April 2007

    This month’s issue sees the beginning of a major series entitled Murder Stories From Old Manchester. It has been researc…

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  • Master Detective March 2007

    Some crimes are premeditated – meticulously planned with getaway routes scouted, evidence carefully removed and alibis a…

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  • Master Detective February 2007

    What sort of man would kill his own children? The "family annihilators" are not what you would expect – they don’t dr…

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  • Master Detective January 2007

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  • Master Detective December 2006

    When the body of Julie Hogg was found under the bath in her own home one man stood out as a prime suspect. He’d had an a…

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  • Master Detective November 2006

    It should come as no shock to readers of Master Detective that lust, greed, deceit, rage,avarice, sex, violence and murd…

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  • Master Detective October 2006

    Master Detective is well known for its archive of rare and remarkable photos. We always try to bring our case reports al…

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  • Master Detective September 2006

    MD and its sister magazines True Detective, True Crime and Murder Most Foul have an illustrious publishing history going…

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  • Master Detective August 2006

    “With a single stroke he severed the left breast, lifted it to his mouth and drank the blood. Still not satisfied, he se…

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  • Master Detective July 2006

    Gina – her first husband survived the knife wounds…her second husband died.

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  • Master Detective June 2006

    From Norfolk and the killing of farmer John Auger – more than 30yrs before the Tony Martin affair…

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  • Master Detective Summer Special 2006

    Sex with the teachers. From Wigan "We made love before I strangled her." Mystery of the body on Eastbourne beach.

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  • Master Detective May 2006

    Just what drives a woman to commit the act of murder? Is she born a killer or made into one?

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  • Master Detective April 2006

    This month in Master Detective reas about the horror of the Hargon legacy murders. From Sheffield the sleep walking m…

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  • Master Detective March 2006

    The Londoner who took a bus ride with a body… A daughter’s revenge – 40 years later. Murder on the high seas an…

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