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London has had more prisons than any other British city
Thursday, 9 July 1857; the atmosphere outside the High Court in Edinburgh is charged to fever pitch
The true story of Hilda Murrell
The man who hunted Jack The Ripper
The brutal murders of Rachel Entwistle and her baby daughter Lillian in January 2006 sent shock waves through Britain and the United States.
Fact proves far stranger than fiction in this collection of real-life crimes
From the murder of James I and the brutal torture of his betrayers to the beheading of Radical Weavers Baird and Hardie
Cases of six London women, who all resorted to murder
Not just one type of bad girl, but the complete range, in one volume
The abduction of Bobby Greenlease, six-year-old son of wealthy automobile dealer
Doing time in Britain’s toughest jails
Shocking cases that include Hannah Carey, beaten to death by her husband at Warfield
This is the story of a horrific crime that shocked and baffled a nation.
Inside New York’s Israeli mafia
This fascinating history, the first of its kind, provides a murky and most intriguing account of criminal activity on Britain’s railways
Bernard O’Mahoney was a key member of the Essex Boys firm
The town of Boston lies alongside the peaceful River Witham and has the appearance of a tranquil place
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From the dark centuries of the Middle Ages to the 1960s in Britain, the criminal law executed felons and someone had to hang them.
Prison is an unknown world for most of us
On Saturday, 23rd October 2010, Becca Oatley went off to meet her ex-boyfriend
His own incredible story – Amazing secrets of the Victorian Underworld by Jerome Caminada
The eating of human flesh by a fellow human is utterly repulsive and abhorrent to most of us. Yet the practice was widespread all over the world
Some of the gruesome cases in this book are better known than others
This collection of grisly tales takes the reader on a trip into Cheshire’s murky past.
On 2 December, 2006, the naked body of a woman was discovered in a brook at Thorpes Hill, Hintlesham just south of Ipswich, Suffolk
They include the cases of Charlotte Dymond, whose throat was cut on Bodmin Moor in 1844
What drives attractive male cousins to rape and kill ten young women?
They’re crafty and cunning, every one of them a conman who would relieve you of your hard-earned cash
Dark and foggy Victorian streets, the murderous madman, the arsenic-laced evening meal
Case studies of London women criminals from the eighteenth century to the twentieth…
Cumbria Murders brings together numerous murderous tales that shocked not only
There is little that shocks the British public more than the killing of policemen and women whilst tackling criminals
Conversations with Britain’s most evil serial killer
Derbyshire Murders brings together fifteen of the county’s most extraordinary
Within these pages are accounts of Robert James Lees, the Ilfracombe spiritualist
Devon has had its fair share of ‘murder most foul’.
A daily newspaper in February 2009 has an image of an old man shackled to a police officer by handcuffs
The infamous London cellar murder of 1910
What drove Harold Shipman to murder over 200 of his elderly patients?
Life in the largely rural county of Dorset has not always been idyllic, for over the years it has experienced numerous murders
Neil R. Storey has drawn on a vast array of originial sources – among them witness statements
Serial killers under the microscope. The stories of Michael Ross, Kenneth Bianchi & John Scripps
John Thomas Straffen – Britain’s longest serving prisoner
This chilling collection of true stories delves into the villainous deeds
Only after Harold Shipman died did the full horror of his life begin to come to light. Wensley Clarkson has uncovered startling new evidence to prove that only half the story has been uncovered