True Crime April 2000

True Crime April 2000

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Don Lewis had the Midas touch but he was no spendthrift, except when it came to tigers, leopards, and just about any other big cat that needed rescuing.

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GUILT AND RETRIBUTION: 13 DIE IN LAST MONTHS OF THE MILLENNIUM

BIG CATS MYSTERY
Don Lewis had the Midas touch but he was no spendthrift, except when it came to tigers, leopards, and just about any other big cat that needed rescuing.

DEATH BY THE GUN OR BY THE SWORD?
…As in the mods and rocker riots at Margate and Brighton and in the confrontation at Berwick-on-Tweed when a youth was killed because a radio was too loud

WHISTLING UP BUCKS BY THE MILLION
A law drawn up to beat corruption during the American Civil War was used to bring a rogue modern-day manager to book

MEMOIRS OF PENTONVILLE
A first-hand account from within London’s oldest prison by former governor Major Vallace Blake

TIPSEY TEEN DRIVER URGED ON TO HER DEATH
A history-making case from Australia

WAS AMANDA USED FOR CRAB BAIT
He knew the ponds and rivers around McKay Bay in Florida like to the back of his hand. He had secreted crab traps in inlets that most people couldn’t find with a map. And where he planted those crab nets wasn’t the only secret the fisherman was keeping close to his chest.

WHO KILLED LITTLE WILLIE ON THE NORTH LONDON LINE?
Willie Starchfield. Was his murder, as his father claimed, an act of revenge for happened with an Armenian gunman ran amok?

LIVERPOOL’S IRRESISTIBLE WALLACE ENIGMA
If ever a murder were destined to become legendary, it was that of Julia Wallace.

HISTORY OF PASSION AND MURDER IN COW COUNTRY
Rustlers, gunmen and the ‘frontier days’ of 1930. The Roderick’s ranch in California appeared a peaceful place…