501 Most Notorious Crimes (True Crime) Hardcover – 1 Jun 2009
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About the Author
Described by Jeremy Beadle as 'one of the world's leading oddity hunters', Paul Donnelley is a freelance author, journalist and pop historian. He is a Sunday Times Top 10 Best-selling Author with over 15 books to his name and contributions in many more. Paul has also written features for numerous national newspapers and magazines, and has published a number of sports titles including Television Sporting Heroes, The Arsenal Companion, Arsenal: On This Day and Cricket: On This Day. He is currently working on Hamlyn's Firsts, Lasts & Onlys sport series, which include Firsts, Lasts & Onlys of Football and Firsts, Lasts & Onlys of Golf.Location: Essex, UK. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Top Customer Reviews
You could say it is quite the history book as it includes such characters as William Wallace, Blackbeard, the Tichbourne Claimant, theft of the Mona Lisa and the mystery of Shergar as well as all the other notable people we like to read about including Peter Sutcliffe, Charles Manson and right up to Harold Shipman, Steve Wright and Joseph Fritzl.....
For such an extensive book it is very reasonably priced so why not buy for yourself or a loved one and spend the evening reading about some very unsavoury characters?!
I bought my husband this one for Christmas, he didn't raise his eyes from it all Christmas Day evening and Boxing Day.
Silence is golden..
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A facinating collection of true crime, that will grace the bookcase of anyone who has an interest in murder cases. I use it as a refernce book.Published 7 months ago by Alaska
The book is really good! I recommend it for anyone that is interested in crime. I bought the book used, and in was in really nice shape. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Pia Susanne Johansen