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Unsolved Murders and Mysteries: A Chilling Collection Of True-Life Stories

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The crime of murder- horrible at the best of times but doubly chilling when unsolved. Who could have wanted to kill Janice Weston, wealthy solicitor, battered to death in an exposed lay-by on the A1? Where was Weston going? The classic Wallace case- perennially fascinating to students of crime. Recent evidence points to a solution yet it retains its tantalizing quality of mystery. When John Carland was axed to death on holiday in France, his son Jeremy fell under suspicion. Yet could Cartland have been a delayed casualty of World War II? Robert Maxwell: was he murdered? Could a Prime Minister have been a spy for the Chinese? Was Caryl Chessman innocent? Was the man in Spandau the real Rudolf Hess? These and many other cases guaranteed to make grimly compulsive reading.
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The crime of murder- horrible at the best of times but doubly chilling when unsolved. Who could have wanted to kill Janice Weston, wealthy solicitor, battered to death in an exposed lay-by on the A1? Where was Weston going? The classic Wallace case- perennially fascinating to students of crime. Recent evidence points to a solution yet it retains its tantalizing quality of mystery. When John Carland was axed to death on holiday in France, his son Jeremy fell under suspicion. Yet could Cartland have been a delayed casualty of World War II? Robert Maxwell: was he murdered? Could a Prime Minister have been a spy for the Chinese? Was Caryl Chessman innocent? Was the man in Spandau the real Rudolf Hess? These and many other cases guaranteed to make grimly compulsive reading. *Yellowed pages*

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Author John Canning
Publisher Sphere
Place London
Year 1992
ISBN 9780751508963
Binding Paperback
Condition Good
Comments Yellowed pages

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