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True Detective November 2001
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This month’s packed issue has a fine selection of British historical cases which proved to be the most popular amongst those of you who replied to our survey. We also begin with a fascinating study of killers who are separated from most of us by two factors: that they have taken another life, and that they were adopted. Can we deduce anything from this? Yes, says a leading criminologist. What do you think?
We also talk to two men who took part in one of the longest and most expensive trials in English legal history. They claim it was unfair…but do you agree? Tony Lambrianou and Freddie Foreman were members of the Karay’s notorious "Firm" and have come out of obscurity to give the final word on the killings of George Cornell, Frank Mitchell and Jack The Hat McVitie. But will it be the final word?
In the throes of illicit love Ruth Steadman would let nothing stand in the way of her affair with her husband’s friend. So strong was her desire for him, she abandoned her baby daughter. How many mothers would do that today? But the question remained: did this passion drive her to murder?
"I WANT MY MOM"
New Series: Memorable Cases From The North East
"SHOOT IF YOU’RE GOING TO
SHOCKING CASE OF THE STRANGLED STUDENT
THE KRAYS – THE FINAL WORD?
THE OLD MAN AND THE FORTUNE HUNTER
Murder, Mystery & Suspense:
THE BODY IN THE MINI-VAN
TRUE DETECTIVE DIARY
An Intriguing Look At Crimes From The Month Of November
William Warbrick’s Strange Experiences:
THE EXECUTION HANGS AN OLD FRIEND
"I DON’T CARE IF I DIE IN THE CHAIR"
DEATH ON THE NIGHTSHIFT
Blackguards, Tyrants And Rogues Part 6:
THRUPPENCE HA’PENNY MURDER IN OLD LODGE JAIL
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
DEATH AT BLEAK HOUSE
DANGER DRIVE ON ROUTE 5