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The word 'murder' has always attracted widespread local and national media coverage. Once known, the story becomes the subject of discussion in a variety of places throughout the land. Some grisly tales become part of a culture that lives on for generations, whilst others, even by some of the worst serial killers, are soon forgotten. The word 'murder' has always attracted widespread local and national media coverage. Once known, the story becomes the subject of discussion in a variety of places throughout the land. Some grisly tales become part of a culture that lives on for generations, whilst others, even by some of the worst serial killers, are soon forgotten.


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The word 'murder' has always attracted widespread local and national media coverage. Once known, the story becomes the subject of discussion in a variety of places throughout the land. Some grisly tales become part of a culture that lives on for generations, whilst others, even by some of the worst serial killers, are soon forgotten. The word 'murder' has always attracted widespread local and national media coverage. Once known, the story becomes the subject of discussion in a variety of places throughout the land. Some grisly tales become part of a culture that lives on for generations, whilst others, even by some of the worst serial killers, are soon forgotten.

46 review for Notorious Murders of the Twentieth Century: Famous and Forgotten British Cases (True Crime)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Paula Corregan

    Interesting book! This book gave details of several murders which occurred in various areas in England, the Isle of Man , Ireland and Wales. Some of the murders were never solved. I found a few typographical errors in the book. I highly recommend this book to other true crime readers.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joanie

    I had the digital copy from my local library and it was riddled with typographical errors and poorly edited. The reading material other than that was fairly interesting, and I learned about some historical cases I'd never heard of before. I had the digital copy from my local library and it was riddled with typographical errors and poorly edited. The reading material other than that was fairly interesting, and I learned about some historical cases I'd never heard of before.

  3. 4 out of 5

    A.L. Butcher

    Although some of the cases were interesting enough overall the book was a little slow and sensationalised. The discussion about the forensics and the unsolved cases were well presented. The lesser known cases were the most fascinating, as the famous cases are easy to find elsewhere. There were a lot of typos and formatting issues - several per chapter and this got quite annoying. Whether that was to do with kindle conversion I have no idea but it did detract from the reading experience. *Last tim Although some of the cases were interesting enough overall the book was a little slow and sensationalised. The discussion about the forensics and the unsolved cases were well presented. The lesser known cases were the most fascinating, as the famous cases are easy to find elsewhere. There were a lot of typos and formatting issues - several per chapter and this got quite annoying. Whether that was to do with kindle conversion I have no idea but it did detract from the reading experience. *Last time I checked on Amazon the book was being reformatted so the issues may be rectified.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    Enjoyed some of the chapters in this book, thought it weird how some folk won appeals for murder and some didnt, a lot of it seemed to be just luck

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