True Detective

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    True Detective June 2012

    It was a case that attracted a huge outcry in America with public opinion firmly behind one terrified mother

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  • True Detective May 2012

    It was March 21st, 1975, and 23-year-old Patrick Mackay was sitting on the edge of the bath looking down at the mutilated

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  • True Detective April 2012

    Last 3 remaining…

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  • True Detective March 2012

    When prison officers at Frankland Prison in County Durham finally caught up with and subdued lifer Damien Fowkes

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  • True Detective Spring Special 2012

    This collection of cases from the pages of True Detective, Master Detective, True Crime and Murder Most Foul

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  • True Detective February 2012

    For 20 long, pitifully agonising minutes one Sunday evening in the Spring Edward Walsh beat his pregnant wife Mary with a lump of wood

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  • True Detective January 2012

    The Yorkshire town of Holmfirth became famous for the hit TV comedy series Last Of The Summer Wine, but the laughter gave way to tragedy and revulsion in February 2011

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  • True Detective December 2011

    For teenager Scarlett Keeling, life had never been so exciting. Instead of enduring the British winter and attending her school in Bideford, Devon

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  • True Detective November 2011

    Welcome to a bumper issue of True Detective, with 12 complete stories PLUS regulars such as Execution USA and The World¹s Worst Killers!

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  • True Detective Winter Special 2011

    All Erin Dukes wanted was a divorce but her husband refused to accept it

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  • True Detective October 2011

    His father left him one of the best livings in the region, but René Pons had a dislike for farm work and a distinct weakness for women

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  • True Detective September 2011

    Anyone who has been unfortunate enough to be involved in or even witness a fatal road accident will tell you it is a horrible sight. So it was in the middle of a May night in 1994 when a 4×4, swerving to avoid a biker, careered off a remote road

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  • True Detective August 2011

    a relative of a friend of mine called Lily Waterhouse, was battered and strangled to death in her own bedroom in Leeds

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  • True Detective July 2011

    Accidentally falling pregnant once may be a mistake, but falling pregnant five times must be a pathological condition…

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  • True Detective Summer Special 2011

    Queen’s pilot was a cross-dressing torture killer…

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  • True Detective June 2011

    Back in the 19th century many children were to be found working in pubs. Catherine Dennis, 15, was just one of them

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  • True Detective May 2011

    The man chuckled and had a celebratory drink when he was found not guilty of battering a young mother to death with a stone in a country lane. He laughed because he knew the truth was that he did kill her.

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  • True Detective April 2011

    Did farmer John Hornick murder loner James Redmond close to the latter’s gypsy-style caravan in County Wexford that chilly January day

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  • True Detective March 2011

    Although she didn’t know it at the time, the life, love and the murder committed by Catherine Thorpe was the exact blueprint for the life

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  • True Detective Spring Special 2011

    The naked body of a sunbather was discovered on a secluded beach in Australia. It took 17 years for forensic evidence to catch up with the killer

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  • True Detective February 2011

    “It must have been about 12.15 a.m. when we left the hotel. The night was fine so I suggested a walk

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  • True Detective January 2011

    It was the age-old story – a young man wanted to dump his current girlfriend in favour of another.

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  • True Detective December 2010

    Depriving little children of life for sheer sexual gratification is the vilest crime in the criminal catalogue

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  • True Detective November 2010

    When 41-year-old taxi driver Stuart Ludlam arrived at Cromford station

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  • True Detective Winter Special 2010

    This collection of cases brings you a concentrated dose of the best stroies from across the world. On sale from September 30th, 2010

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  • True Detective October 2010

    If ever a cafe had seen better days it was the Boiling Kettle on the corner of Folkestone’s High Street and Tontine Street.

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  • True Detective September 2010

    Neighbours in Hamilton Avenue in Cobham, Surrey, hadn’t seen or heard anything of South African-born

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  • True Detective August 2010

    Carmen Mory started out in life with all the advantages of a first-class education. She went to school in Berne,

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  • True Detective July 2010

    For nearly a century there had been talk of harnessing the power of the River Shannon, and in 1925 the new Irish Free State decided to spend a fifth of its entire annual budget on the project

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  • True Detective Summer Special 2010

    Kimberley thought she’d found the perfect new daddy for little Riley…

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    True Detective June 2010

    In the evening of October 30th, 1983, 16-year-old trainee hairdresser Colette Aram set out from her home in Keyworth, Nottinghamshire, to meet a friend – and walked straight into the arms of a sadistic killer.

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    True Detective May 2010

    Had the shopping list been made by just about anyone else it might have seemed completely innocuous. It included bin liners from B&Q, a balaclava and bleach from Tesco and a meat cleaver,

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    True Detective April 2010

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    True Detective March 2010

    Last issue remaining! slighty torn at the top

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  • True Detective Spring Special 2010

    This collection of cases from the pages of True Detective, Master Detective, True Crime and Murder Most Foul brings you a concentrated dose of the best stories from across the world, reporting many aspects of crime. It all adds up to a fascinating cocktai

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    True Detective February 2010

    Everything seemed to happen in slow motion, Michelle tried to reach her young daughter Breea as she ran but the sharp, cold barrels of two handguns pressed into her temples.

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  • True Detective January 2010

    Where to start in a bumper, 60-page issue? Perhaps a good place for the world’s No. 1 true crime magazine

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  • True Detective December 2009

    Hangman James Berry disliked making trips to Ireland, always feeling unsafe whenever he crossed the Irish Sea.

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  • True Detective November 2009

    The two couples, the Stokes and the O’Briens, had fallen out over what seemed trifling incidents,

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    True Detective Winter Special 2009

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  • True Detective October 2009

    Structural alterations were made within Dublin’s Richmond Prison, an executioner was “secured from one of the low haunts of the city”

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  • True Detective September 2009

    What does it take to make a man a murder suspect? A facial twitch can be enough,

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  • True Detective August 2009

    Feelings in the town of Sligo ran high against the Italian ice cream seller who was said to have led an innocent Irish girl astray

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  • True Detective July 2009

    The Fees should never have been allowed to operate a slaughterhouse so near the town centre, their neighbours said. For some time residents of the market town of Clones had been complaining about a foul stench

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  • True Detective Summer Special 2009

    Headline writers blew a gasket after a man leapt out of the bushes on Wimbledon Common, south London

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  • True Detective June 2009

    •Horror Of Craig’s Wedding Day Secret •Notable British Trials Part 25: Sex Romps, Porno And Murder Part 1 •Questions & Answers: The Last Man To Be Garrotted In Spain •Hanged At Strangeways: Part 1 Of A New Series •Under The Spotl

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  • True Detective May 2009

    Like most big American cities, Boston wasn’t immune to murder in the 1960s. The average of one homicide a week was par for a place of its size

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    True Detective April 2009

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