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True Detective August 1993
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Isn’t it interesting to know that even magistrates and solicitors turn to murder rather than their own area of expertise – the law – to extricate them from burdensome marriages? We have become thoroughly accustomed to the idea of corrupt policemen, so it should come as no great surprise to find criminal activities in different branches of our law and order system. But it is surprising – as you no doubt agree when you read three of the stories in this issue.
If there is any truth in the old saying "Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned," the case proves that the fury of a scorned man is just as hellish. In the battle of the sexes here is one area of extremes where men and women will have to call it a draw.
MAGISTRATE’S GAS CHAMBER PLOT TO KILL HIS WIFE
WIGAN SOLICITOR MURDERED WITH "CHILLING CONTROL"
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A YOUNG MAN SCORNED
Women Who Kill
WHO HACKED CHARLIE’S HEAD OFF?
Continuing the Buried Alive Series
GRUESOME MURDER OF THE NEW ENGLAND JEWELLER
GALLOWS FOR HEREFORD’S MURDEROUS MAJOR
HEREFORD AT THE TIME OF ARMSTRONG’S TRIAL
EXECUTED – BY THE MEXICAN MAFIA!
THE AMAZING ELEANOR QUINN MURDER CASE