The Little Book of Murder

The Little Book of Murder From infamous serial killers to unusual murder weapons to crime scene investigations a must for everyone interested in true crimeFilled with every conceivable grim fact or fancy about this most despi

  • Title: The Little Book of Murder
  • Author: Neil R. Storey
  • ISBN: 9780752469942
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From infamous serial killers to unusual murder weapons to crime scene investigations, a must for everyone interested in true crimeFilled with every conceivable grim fact or fancy about this most despicable of crimes, this is a chilling compendium of intriguing, obscure, and strange facts and trivia about murders and murderers Both reference book and quirky guide, this volFrom infamous serial killers to unusual murder weapons to crime scene investigations, a must for everyone interested in true crimeFilled with every conceivable grim fact or fancy about this most despicable of crimes, this is a chilling compendium of intriguing, obscure, and strange facts and trivia about murders and murderers Both reference book and quirky guide, this volume can be dipped in to time and time again to reveal something new about the murderers, the victims, the people who write about crime, and the advances in forensics This remarkably engaging little book is essential reading for true crime and crime fiction fans alike.

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    • 'The cases of murder spattered across the pages of history provide a dark mirror for so many aspects of the less seemly world of the past.'Written by true crime historian Neil R. Storey, The Little Book of Murder brings together in one slim hardback volume the details of many chilling, horrifying and terrible murderous crimes from history, including unusual facts and trivia about some of these cases and about the perpetrators, and featuring numerous black and white sketches alongside the text. T [...]



    • Very interesting reading. Sad there are so many murders and 'sick' people around and also sobering to think how many people have been executed over the years for murder. Some will have been guilty, but a lot may not have been.


    • I have been making an effort not to read anything I don't own, but books like this one (which give the appearance of something quick and easy to breeze through) are usually exceptions. This one was looking at me luridly from the library shelf on the last couple visits, so I decided to give it a shot.It is just what it purports to be: a little book about murders and murderers (and victims, when the perpetrators are absent) which can be picked up and cracked to any point for a little gobbet of gri [...]



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