True Crime April 1992

True Crime April 1992

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It’s a bitch when you can’t get your own way, no matter how hard you try. John Perry had a fantasy woman in mind when he rescued a Filipino woman from the Sleaze of Bangkok and took her for his wife. He expected her to be slavishly grateful and obedient for taking her out of a life of prostitution and bringing her back to Britain. But she did not live up to expectations, as as she was his lawful wife, Perry could not make immigration officials deport her. Divorce? Why should he have to finance her for the rest of his life? There was imply no legal way out of his dilemma…

Should we or should we not reimpose the death penalty? It is a subject on which many of our readers hold deeply passionate views. David Early’s Letters From Death Row, from a practical point of view, might just as aptly have been titled Letters From The Grave, for in those days there was little chance of getting off Death Row except in a coffin. With death looming, did he show any remorse for his evil crimes? Would you feel a pang of sympathy if you were writing to someone whiling away the years before his execution?

HUSBAND CUT UP AND COOKED HIS BRIDE!

“I’VE BEEN SHOT! SEND HELP”
The Trash Wars

MISSING BODIES
Brian Marriner introduces his new series

MYSTERY OF THE DUBLIN DOCTOR’S WIFE
Part 1 of a new series

CHARLIE “THE BUG” WORKMAN
The Gangster Chronicles. Gangland’s No.1 Hit-Man Dutch Schultz: a woman “hit”

CORPSE IN THE PLAYING FIELD

TRIPLE KILLER DAVID EARLY’S LETTERS FROM DEATH ROW

THE AMAZING JOZSEF ORSOLYA

COMMENT

IRISH JOHN WAS KING OF THE CORNISH SMUGGLERS