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Norwich Murders

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Norwich Murders is an in-depth account of murders that have gripped the public imagination over two centuries. They include notorious murders that have left milestones in criminal history which can now be reinvestigated using modern research techniques. Readers of this fascinating book will act as a new judge and jury, reflecting upon long-gone police practices and applying up-to-date thinking to old cases. Among the crimes reconstructed in vivid detail are murders of lovers and marriage partners, murders committed during robberies, the murder of a policeman and a judge, and murders motivated by passion or rage. A selection of gruesome, despicable, sad, pitiful and harrowing criminal tales is recorded here for the modern readers who will gain an unforgettable insight into the greatest of crimes: the taking of another's life.

History & PoliticsLocal interest, family history & nostalgiaLocal historyPhilosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesCrime & criminology Publisher: Pen & Sword Books Ltd Publication Date: 31/03/2006 ISBN-13: 9781845630027  Details: Type: Other Format: Books
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Before embarking on a career as a writer, Maurice Morson was Detective Chief Superintendent and Head of Norfolk CID. Since he retired from the police force, he has used his long experience as a detective to reinvestigate exceptional criminal cases from the past. He has also published several distinguished books on crime and policing in Norfolk, including A City's Finest: Revelations and Reminiscences of the Norwich City Police, The Lost Years: The Story of Missing Schoolgirl April Fabb, A Force Remembered: The Illustrated History of the Norwich City Police and Rough Justice: The Story of the Norwich Scandal.

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