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Maxwell's Fall - the Appalling Legacy of a Corrupt Man

By Roy Greenslade

Simon & Schuster, 1992 An excellent copy of this book which looks to be unread. No creases to the spine or to the covers.438 tight pages. Some photographs.


Killers - Britain's Deadliest Murderers Tell Their Stories
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Killers - Britain's Deadliest Murderers Tell Their Stories

By Kate Kray

London: John Blake, 2002 Very clean black boards with a bright silver title to the spine. 315 pages. Illustrated. The jacket is also very clean and uncreased. one small sign of edge wear at the top of the spine else 'fine'.


Children Who Kill: Profiles of Pre-teen and Teenage Killers
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Children Who Kill: Profiles of Pre-teen and Teenage Killers

By Carol Anne Davis

London: Allison and Busby, 2003 267 pages including the index



By Richard Ingrams

London: Private Eye / Andre Deutsch, 1979 Binding is black cloth with gilt lettering on the spine; some minor bumps to the corners. Dj has some edgewear and rubbing to the covers; one inch closed tear to ffp.


The Sociology of Crime and Punishment

By Marvin E. Wolfgang , Leonard Savitz , Norman Johnston

London: John Wiley & Sons, 1970 A very good copy of this book.There are some reading creases to the spine , but the covers are uncreased and the pages are clean and firm. 676 pages.


The Strange History of Bonnie and Clyde

By John Trewerne

London: Jonathan Cape, 1984 Astonished to find that no unbiased account had ever been published of the lives of the most notorious folk heroes of the 1930s, John Treherne set about sifting through the mass of conflicting evidence; he travelled to America to interview surviving eye-witnesses and anyone else who could throw a clear light on Bonnie and Clyde. He also examined the whole process of myth-making and its importance in a world of science and technology. The story that emerges, at once appalling and heart-rending, at times an absurd burlesque on the more incompetent side of the American way of life, is probably as near as we shall ever come to the outlandish flesh and blood reality which gave rise to the legend.