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True Crime: The Infamous Villains of Modern History

True Crime: The Infamous Villains of Modern History (Paperback)

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Illustrated with more than 450 photographs, True Crime is the ultimate collection of evil and depravity from the darker recesses of the modern world. This book recounts the deeds of the most notorious and wicked men and women in history. From Jack the Ripper to Josef Fritzl, with detailed descriptions of the horrors of Dr Crippen, Jeffrey Dahmer, Fred and Rosemary West and many more in between, True Crime rips open the underbelly of the criminal world and sifts painstakingly through its gory contents. Recoil in horror and marvel at some of the most evil events ever to occur in criminal history.

BiographyTrue storiesTrue crime Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd Publication Date: 10/10/2013 ISBN-13: 9781780974101  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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David Southwell has spent over 15 years researching in the fields of international crime, parapolitics, and conspiracies. For the last seven he has worked as a political insider. A regular broadcaster in the U.K. and North America, he has more than a decade of experience as a journalist and section editor in the newspaper industry. His books include Secrets & Lies and The History of Organized Crime (both Carlton). Martin Fido is a university lecturer whose career has included teaching in Oxford, Leeds, Michigan, and the West Indies. He is currently teaching at Boston University and lives on Cape Cod. For 20 years he was a freelance writer and broadcaster. A specialist in true crime, he is recognized worldwide as one of the leading authorities on Jack the Ripper. He also co-authored The Official Encyclopedia of Scotland Yard.

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