Not long after Charles Fox was stabbed to death in his own home in Moor Street, West Bromwich, police in the Midlands we…
True Detective January 2007
Not long after Charles Fox was stabbed to death in his own home in Moor Street, West Bromwich, police in the Midlands were homing in on a small,dim-witted man well known to them, but he had made himself scarce. It was then that the officer leading the hunt called in the BBC to help in the search, and by so doing history was in the making.
This issue comes with something extra: the True Detective Classic Covers Diary 2007. In its pages you’ll find a fascinating look at classic covers from past issues of True Detective – one for each month – plus a chance to win your very own genuine vintage copy of the magazine. All this in addition to a smart month-to-view 2007 diary for your appointments and reminders, complete with on sale dates for True Detective and its sister magazines.
We hope you find your diary useful and interesting. And this is only the beginning – we have great plans for True Detective in 2007, so stay with us! For a start, this issues’s new series Case Files Of Victorian Hangings is planned to run for a whole year. This meticulously researched series will build into the definitive history of judicial hangings in Britain and Northern Ireland during the 64-year reign of Queen Victoria. You’ll be able to read a case for virtually every day of the year; more for some dates.