The discovery of human remains in Washington in 2007 broke open a 30-year-old case involving gruesome murder and a dark family secret. Author Gary Zimmer...
Tag - Historical Crime Books
An in-depth look at criminal behaviour and the introduction of insanity as a defence in 19th century Victorian Britain. Author David Vaughan provides excellent...
The Joseph Christopher case is explored by author Catherine Pelonero illustrating serial murder encased in mental illness and the complex issue of justice.
Harry Roberts and Foxtrot One-One is recommended reading for an intrigued and curious true crime reader covering a UK case that will never be forgotten.
A surprisingly little known serial killer operated in London in the 1960s, a killer responsible for slaying up to eight women nicknamed the 60s' Ripper.
The story of the Tottenham Outrage armed robbery and dramatic chase through London streets in 1909 is told in detail by author Geoff Barton.
Gary Dobbs’ carefully researched, well-illustrated and enthralling text will appeal to anyone interested in the darker side of history.
After almost 90 years the true story behind the harrowing death of Evelyn Foster in 1931, at Wolf's Nick in Northumberland is revealed by crime writer Diane...
The fascinating theory of author Randy Williams supported by three top criminologists that Jack the Ripper was actually three killers working together.