USA True Detective

  • True Detective USA Volume 2 No. 11, 12, 14, 15 & 16

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    USA True Detective No. 21

    Why was David Swain convicted of murder when Gabe Watson received a sentence of manslaughter? Both men were found to have killed their wives while scuba diving,

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.19

    What happened to the dazzling duo whose repartee often dazzled their friends? J.J. Paulsen and his wife Leanne went from holding centre stage to living reclusive lives in Carmel.

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.18

    Child actor Skylar Deleon’s experience on the Power Ranger set stood him in good stead when he decided to pose as an interested purchaser

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.17

    Hans Reiser was brilliant with computers but hopeless with women. He considered himself to be in "one of America’s most hated cultural minorities"

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.16

    The breakdown of the family in western society means that children suffer both economically and emotionally

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No.15

    Jealousy can be like reading a novel. You want to know when, where, how and why.

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 14

    Charlize Theron and the terrible tragedy of her mother killing her father. There are three Australian cases in this issue – one of which, is a classic whodunit. Did mild-mannered Andrew Fitzherbert really unleash his uncharacteristic fury on Kathleen Mar

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    USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 13

    True Detective is the longest running crime magazine in the World & probably the best. Enter the dark world of crime, with True Detective.

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 12

    How did a slightly built woman, weighing only 112lbs, have the strength to kill her husband, chop him up with a power saw, stuff his body into three suitcases, and throw them over Chesapeake Bay Bridge? The jury didn’t know but decided it was possible, an

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 11

    The FBI are offering a reward of over $25 million for anyone who can help apprehend Osama Bin Laden. He is quite probably the most hated man in America and his name will always be synonymous with the tragedy of 9/11. But America has suffered the effects o

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 10

    This issue tackles the thorny subject of capital punishment in Australia and the United States. We have compiled a definitive list of the men and women hanged in Australia between 1900 and 1967 and relate the controversial case of Ronald Ryan, the last ma

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    USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 9

    Deadly women can be found on any continent but Australian Katherine Knight must be one of the most vicious. She cold-bloodedly made love to her partner of seven years then stabbed him repeatedly as he desperately tried to escape from her. What happened ne

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 8

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    USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 7

    Truth is stranger than fiction, they say, and this issue of True Detective certainly confirms that. Nick Yarris’s story could not have been made up. After spending 23 years on Death Row for a crime he did not commit, Nick became the first man in…

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 5

    Do you believe in miracles? Ashley Smith did and persuaded the man who was holding her hostage in her apartment to believe in them too. Not only did Ashley persuade him to give himself up, she also converted him to Christianity. Now he wants to spread the

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    USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 4

    Her relationship was a sham masquerading as "the best marriage in the universe," Nancy Kissel confided to a friend in an email from Hong Kong, where she and her husband were living. Nancy’s way of dealing with this was somewhat unconventional – she spiked

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 3

    This issue explores two of the most baffling cases in the annals of American crime. The incredible story of Sharon Marshall is in itself an enigma.

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    USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 2

    This issue is full of fascinating crime stories both past and present from around the globe which gives you an opportunity to compare and contrast cases.

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 2 No. 1

    The vanishing. A mystery from Colorado. At first it seemed that Paul Skiba had abducted his daughter Sarah after his ex-wife talked of moving to Oregon. But police soon realised that not only was Sarah missing but so was her father and one of his employe

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 10

    Journalist Sandy Fawkes took a shine to the handsome young man who accosted her in a hotel bar…

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 9

    I was abducted and raped by Fred and Rose West…

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 8

    SYDNEY’S SHARK ARM CASE James Smith who dismembered body was found inside the body of a great white shark

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    USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 7

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 6

    These women were deadly – the story of Addie Mae Lemoine. From New York, the madman’s laughing message ‘Tristian’s on the floor in…five, six, seven pieces". He has caught and arrested in Central Park, New York, reading a newspaper report about the hu

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 5

    From Germany the couple who became Vampire Killers. Part 1 in the series ‘These Women Were Deadly’. The story of Evelyn Dick. In this astonishing case Evelyn kept human bones in her attic next to her baby’s corpse that was encased in cement. She was s

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  • USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 4

    Lynda Block from Alabama – was she the last to die in the electric chair? Lynda was not usual inhabitant of Death Row. She’d had a privileged upbringing with well-heeled parents, and was respected member of her comunity. So how did she end up in the elec

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    USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 3

    The Salcombe murders are solved at last. On May Day, 1975, John Allen disposed of his wife without too many questions being asked, but his children presented a further problem. He had to murder them and concoct a foolproof alibi, one that would stand the

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    USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 2

    Was Jack The Ripper an American? A retired British cop says he was, and has produced startling evidence to back his theory – including a letter from Scotland Yard named Francis J. Tumblety as the most likely suspect.

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    USA True Detective Vol. 1 No. 1

    Especially for our NEW AMERICAN readers, our first American issue featuring Fergie’s Lady Jane who gets life for murder.

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