This is the last issue of the millennium, poses some interesting questions on crime.
True Detective December 1999
This is the last issue of the millennium, poses some interesting questions on crime. But as communication and knowledge becomes increasingly interactive you, our readers, are providing us with the answers by way of your letters and emails.
We reveal your response to the Myra Hindley article in last month’s magazine.
And as the year 2000, the past century, and the future are so topical, it may surprise some people to learn that they are reading one of the oldest magazines around. True Detective was first published in America more than 70 years ago and in Britain since 1952. So here’s to the next century with more articles, features and stories than ever before.
If She Is Dying Should She Be Released…Or Should We Say "Good Riddance?"
Should We Bring Back The Stocks?
Leaving Las Vegas…A Tale Of Murder, Drugs And Buried Treasure
Vegas : A Law Unto Itself
Horror Of The Allotment Murders
The Hangmen Of England
Spying Game: The Shadowy World Of Master Spy Rudolf Abel
Tragedy Of Salford’s Sweetheart Murder
"I Wanted Her To Be Quiet. I Choked Her"