The tragic fate of eight-year-old Sarah Payne, found murdered in a Sussex field in July, serves as a reminder that England’s idyllic countryside can be every bit as dangerous as the back streets of a big city
Master Detective October 2000
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CRUEL WIFE MURDERED CRIPPLED HUSBAND FOR CASH
At Hinchingbrook hospital, doctors became suspicious of the actions of Deborah Winzar during her visits to Dominic
INSULIN WAS THEIR POISON
WHO KILLED BABY ALEX?
The twins Derek and Alex. Why was one baby healthy and the other always ill?
FEAR IN THE COUNTRYSIDE: LEICESTERSHIRE’S MADMAN FROM THE MONASTERY
Joseph Reynolds and the extraordinary story of the wrong victim
THE ALTON HORROR THAT SHOCKED VICTORIAN ENGLAND
Sweet Fanny Adams
FAMILIES AT WAR
One moment 11-year-old Brittany Martinez was playing outside her home. The next moment she had gone.
THE LAST PRISON OFFICER TO BE MURDERED ON DUTY IN GREAT BRITAIN – NOVEMBER, 1965
Derrick James Lambert had worked at Portland Borstal for just a year…
HE WROTE THE PERFECT MURDER
Not so much a whodunit as a didhedunit? Crime writer’s novel challenge to his readers
THE SALCOMBE MYSTERY 25 YEARS ON
The picturesque Devon town is the scene of one of Britain’s strangest missing person cases
BLACK KALENDAR OF SCOTLAND
A record of criminal trials and executions in Scotland between 1800 and 1910
MURDER OF THE MERRY-GO-ROUND TICKET GIRL
The slashed throat hadn’t quite killed Mrs. Agnes Donaho, and the deep stab wounds in her chest didn’t quite kill her. She had been put out of her misery by the blows to the head.
"THIS WEEK WE HAVE SEEN THE WORK OF SATAN"
Initiation gang ceremony leads to cold-blooded murders