‘True Crime Through History’ Review.

The Red Barn murder, the acid-bath killer, the Yorkshire Ripper, Seducer and Slayer,  The Jack the Ripper of France, Ted Bundy, Charles Manson and Son of Sam amongst many others whose crimes have scarred, horrified and fascinated people throughout history.

Richard Glyn Jones breaks down the crimes of some of the most notorious murders

True Crime Through History by Edited By Richard Glyn Jones

throughout history in ‘True Crime Through History’.

With chapters focusing on Regency Ruffians, Villainous Victorians, Deadly Doctors, Late-Victorian Villians, The Dawn of Modern Murder, Edwardian Enigmas, Classic Crimes, Mass Murderers, and the Sick Sixties and beyond.

A useful book for writers to gain inspiration from, and those wanting to immerse themselves in a world we still don’t quite understand.

Highly recommend. Easy to read some and come back to at a later date.


Published by sharlene25

Sharlene Almond is the author of the genre-bending Annabella Cordova series, and a New Zealand travel book Journey in little Paradise. She has written a range of health, writing and body language articles; contributing as a guest writer on other blogs. Over the last ten years, Sharlene has attained qualifications in Body Language, Criminology, Journalism, Editing, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Pet Care, and Animal Behaviour. While setting up an online nutritional business, she is studying to specialize in Medicinal Cannabis and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Sharlene is also currently editing her second Annabella Cordova novel, with two others in the works. To support her online business, Sharlene sends out a trimonthly newsletter covering health, body language, writing, and even articles centered on health topics for your pet.

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