Master Detective August 2010

Master Detective August 2010

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

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Summer is here again and this issue provides a fulfilling holiday read.

The magazine opens with a tragic case from the Isle of Wight where the prosecutor commented, “Many couples argue, but the remedy is divorce, not to kill the offending partner.”

Wise words indeed, but how many of the murders we publish are triggered by marital strife? Professor Pakhomov is a case in point. He wasn’t being very clever when he told police that his wife had just stormed out of the house taking only her handbag and her mobile phone. Read this issue to find out how the professor bungled…

Detailed contents listing for Master Detective magazine – August 2010

PENSIONER WAKES HUSBAND TO SHOOT HIM
Murder on the Isle of Wight

VIEWPOINT plus DVD COMPETITION

KILLING A WIFE IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE
He might have been an academic star but he wasn’t smart enough to get away with murder

CURIOUS STORIES OF MURDER…AND THE MYSTERY OF GEORGINA MOORE
Part one of a new series

DID LYDIA BRING HER BABY TO BE SLAUGHTERED?
They buried the baby alive

THIRTY YEARS AGO IN CRIME
More fascinating material from MD’s crime archives

WIDOW TIED UP, TORTURED AND SLAIN
His preferred victims were helpless old women, because they gave the minimum of trouble

ONE LIFE OF CRIME: THE “GOD” ON DEATH ROW
Jack Potts had already killed 22 men when he embarked on his last night of murder

EUROPEAN CRIME REPORT
Cases from the Continent, including “Who Buried Milly In The Garden?”

MD FORUM: CALIFORNIA’S LETHAL COPS AND ROBBERS CAPER
The drama left three dead and 20 injured

THE LAST MAN HANGED AT GLASGOW’S DUKE STREET PRISON
Thomas Lee and the bakehouse mystery

“WHEN THEY GET BIG ENOUGH THEY RUN AWAY”
A fascinating case from Kansas in the 1920s

Master Detective magazine August 2010 issue – available in shops from July 15th, 2010

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