True Crime November 2017

True Crime November 2017

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Eight-year-old Aberdeen girl Helen Priestly only popped out to the shop for a loaf of bread…

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FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

SECRET LIFE OF MANCHESTER’S BODY-IN-A-SUITCASE MURDERER
Ming Jiang was a gambler who was struggling with massive losses and huge debts. Was stealing another man’s identity a gamble worth taking? Yes, he thought. So for his next move he turned his attention to wealthy acquaintance and fellow-gambler Yang Liu

MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: ABERDEEN’S MYSTERY OF THE BODY IN THE SACK
Eight-year-old Aberdeen girl Helen Priestly only popped out to the shop for a loaf of bread from the tenement flat where she lived. Where on earth could she have disappeared to? Soon all
the tenants were out looking for her. Or, at least, nearly all…

DEATH ON THE RAILWAY: SWIFT JUSTICE FOR HACKNEY KILLER
James Stratton was having serious doubts about his long-term girlfriend Daisy Mays. He thought she was lying to him and seeing another man. And he was determined to make her pay with her life

ASK TRUE CRIME: WHEN JUSTICE FAILED – FATE TOOK A HAND
Britain was at war. And in Weybridge, Surrey, a deeply religious octogenarian called Mary Salmon was just about getting along all right – with the help of her former manservant Patrick Cusack. But all was not quite what it seemed…

FROM THE USA…

GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL: QUEEN OF THE MOB
Virginia Hill was the world’s most notorious gangsters’ moll. Her flaming red hair matched her flaming personality and her sexual powers held America’s gangsters in awe. Her bizarre life was the stuff of legend and her curious death was fittingly mysterious

DOCTOR DIES IN DEADLY LOVE TRIANGLE
When millionaire pathologist Joseph Sonnier was found brutally murdered in his Texas home, cops sensed this was anything but a burglary gone wrong. With Joseph shot five times and stabbed 11 times for good measure, the killer’s rage was impossible to ignore. The question was, why would anyone want to kill him?

…AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD

MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: EN ROUTE TO THE GUILLOTINE
Eugene Weidmann was a handsome fellow with considerable charm. Trouble was, he was also a kidnapper, robber and compulsive killer – and he wasn’t choosy about who became a victim

 

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