Lots of summer reading…
True Crime Summer Special 2011
DEATH FOR RAPE KILLER WHO SAID SORRY
Suspicions of a kidnapping arose after Brianna Denison went missing from a friend’s apartment, leaving behind a bloodstained pillow
"Those were the craziest eyes I’ve ever seen," the sergeant noted
STRANGE CASE OF THE LAUGHING KILLER AND THE IRISH MAID
The soldier who killed Johanna Hallahan
"GO TO HELL, SLOWLY"
The murder of three-year-old Riley Fox
"I INTENDED TO KILL HIM"
The Ruth Ellis tragedy
MURDER – FOR 1s 9d
…and the mystery wedding guest
LETHAL INJECTION FOR KARLA THE PICKAXE KILLER
"If you believe in the death penalty for one, believe in it for everybody. If you don’t believe in it for women, don’t believe in it for anybody," Karla Tucker stated from Death Row
"I’LL KILL COPS TILL I DIE"
The combination of a fragile temperament and sustained steroid abuse had left Raoul Moat unstable and paranoid
YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO KILL
Love, jealousy and murder among the tea dancers
MARY’S CHOCOLATE PUDDINGS WOULD KILL YOU
Mary had a liking for poison – from poison-pen letters to her own special puddings
WHEN SARA, 16, SHOT HER PIMP
Sara Kruzan. Was hers a just sentence?
WHY KAY’S CON-MAN KILLED KEN
Kay Cloud’s new boyfriend was a professional con-man.
MURDER AT PRESTON’S KENDAL CASTLE
And how a single word saved a man from the gallows
IRELAND’S MURDER OF THE LOLLIPOP BOY
Six-year-old Jimmy McGrath’s body was found next to a stream in the grounds of Bagenalstown House
THE STRANGE CASE OF THE WOMAN AT THE WINDOW AND THE SECRET SCIENTIST
"If you ever come in one morning and are told I’ve been murdered, you will know who has done it"
THE WORTHING BANK MURDER
Lloyds Bank in Durrington, near Worthing where Victor Terry and a friend, came to rob
Emma Sherriff lay face-down in a sandy hollow, two handkerchiefs jammed into her mouth
FOUR BRIDES FOR SOUTHPORT’S DEADLY DOCTOR
The doctor had four wives and each died under suspicious circumstances. He was an expert on poisons
HOW A POSTAGE STAMP SOLVED A 1986 MURDER
The murder of Marni Larkin