Unsolved Murders: True Crime Cases Uncovered

January 22, 2019 - Comment
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Anonymous says:

Unsolved Murders This colourful, hardback book, gives basic outlines to twenty unsolved murders. There are no gruesome photographs and some interesting cases. These include:The Villisca Axe Murders, 1912William Desmond Taylor, 1922The Hinterkaifeck Murders, 1922The William Wallace Case, 1931The Shark Arm Case, 1935The Cleveland Torso Killer, 1935-38The Happy Valley Murder, 1941Who Put Bella in the Wych Elm? 1943The Black Dahlia, 1947The Murder…

Anonymous says:

Good basic introduction …but much more depth required for serious armchair detectives This is a wide ranging study of a group of unsolved murder cases, including the Black Dahlia, the Zodiac Killer and the murder of Jill Dando. Each case is described with potential suspects, maps etc. So the book is intended for armchair detectives to explore real crimes.And that’s where it falls down. There is simply not enough detail to draw any real conclusions or make real informed speculation.There’s nothing wrong with it, as such, but they would have done better to go for less…

Anonymous says:

Interesting Book,Not Too Gory I was worried that this book might be a bit gory and upsetting, but thankfully it doesn’t go into too much nasty detail; I found it very interesting. I was hoping I might be able to solve some of the crimes, but the title is “Unsolved Murders”, so all you get is various theories as to the identity of the murderer. I was familiar with some of the crimes; I live in Liverpool, so know quite a bit about the Julia Wallace case, but had never heard of the Villisca Axe Murders or the Shark Arm…

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