Master Detective April 2019

Master Detective April 2019

£3.50

He’d raped and murdered his victim in 1992 and evaded justice ever since – but in 2016 his luck finally ran out…Read how a sister’s DNA nailed a killer DJ

Description

When his parents left him at home that Saturday night in February 1946, 11-year-old Liverpool boy Charles Greeney was fine. Hours later, he was found dead, hanging from a kitchen clothes-rack line – and the house had been invaded by burglars. Was it an accident or had the popular schoolboy been murdered?

Unsolved Murders Of The 1950s features the puzzling death of Hertfordshire teenager Anne Noblett. A 17-year-old with an interest in dancing and an ambition to become a children’s nurse, she was the last person anyone would have expected to see in trouble.

Thought gang violence, knife crime and racial tension were peculiar to our times? Think again. A century ago in Glasgow, Indian immigrants were suffering at the hands of mobsters.

Cases Include:

HOW SISTER’S DNA NAILED KILLER DJ
He’d raped and murdered his victim in 1992 and evaded justice ever since – but in 2016 his luck finally ran out…

VIEWPOINT plus COMPETITION
More of your letters and a chance to win a book

EUROPEAN CRIME REPORT
“Incestuous Dad Becomes Double-Killer,” “Instagram Star Killed And Burned her Kids,” “Guru Told Son To Kill His Mum”

PAUL DONNELLEY’S MURDER MONTH
More Murder Months

MD’S CRIME QUIZ
Test your knowledge of crime in our fun quiz

SCOTLAND’S CLASSIC CASES:
WHEN GLASGOW MOB MURDERED A HELPLESS PEDLAR
Glasgow’s gangs resented the success of the hard-working Indian salesmen – and someone had to pay

LIVERPOOL’S MYSTERY OF THE HANGING BOY
Charles Greeney died a terrible death aged 11. But were the four men in the dock actually his killers?

UNSOLVED MURDERS OF THE 1950s:
RIDDLE OF THE FROZEN BODY

The mysterious death of Hertfordshire teenager Anne Noblett

US EXECUTIONS – THE FORGOTTEN DECADE:
YOU ARE THERE AT THE EXECUTION AS WIFE-KILLER DIES

Heartless husband LeeRoy Leick’s final hours in Colorado

MURDER IN YOUR VILLAGE:
“MY WIFE DOESN’T LOVE ME…GOODBYE”

When a double-murder shocked the Bedfordshire village of Eversholt

NEW YORK CITY’S MURDER IN THE ICE-BOX
A butcher had been slain by heartless robbers in his own shop – but witnesses had seen the culprits drive away…

THIRTY YEARS AGO IN CRIME
More headline-making material from MD’s crime archives

MD FORUM:
“QUEEN OF SOLE” BATTERED TO DEATH BY HER TOYBOY

How shoe-obsessed Darlene Flynn met her terrible fate