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Convicting the Moors Murderers: The Arrest, Trial

$43.31
This book tells the gripping story of the infamous Moors Murders, which occurred in England in the 1960s. "Convicting the Moors Murderers: The Arrest, Trial and Imprisonment of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley" is the definitive account of the investigation, arrest, trial and imprisonment of the two perpetrators. Written by experienced journalist and crime historian Mark Hughes, the narrative is both authoritative and engaging. Through extensive interviews with police officers and other eyewitnesses, Hughes captures the full impact of the case. He tracks the pair's movements through the bleak moors, details their capture and interrogation, and recounts every step of the high-profile trial. Additionally, Hughes examines the impact the case had on the victims' families, as well as the wider public. His vivid accounts of the events are enhanced by the inclusion of vivid photographs and illustrations. "Convicting the Moors Murderers" is an essential read for anyone interested in this iconic case. Hughes offers an in-depth analysis that is both engaging and respectful. It is a vital piece of crime writing that will leave readers both impressed and horrified by the brutal story behind the Moors Murderers.
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Convicting the Moors Murderers: The Arrest, Trial

$43.31
This book tells the gripping story of the infamous Moors Murders, which occurred in England in the 1960s. "Convicting the Moors Murderers: The Arrest, Trial and Imprisonment of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley" is the definitive account of the investigation, arrest, trial and imprisonment of the two perpetrators. Written by experienced journalist and crime historian Mark Hughes, the narrative is both authoritative and engaging. Through extensive interviews with police officers and other eyewitnesses, Hughes captures the full impact of the case. He tracks the pair's movements through the bleak moors, details their capture and interrogation, and recounts every step of the high-profile trial. Additionally, Hughes examines the impact the case had on the victims' families, as well as the wider public. His vivid accounts of the events are enhanced by the inclusion of vivid photographs and illustrations. "Convicting the Moors Murderers" is an essential read for anyone interested in this iconic case. Hughes offers an in-depth analysis that is both engaging and respectful. It is a vital piece of crime writing that will leave readers both impressed and horrified by the brutal story behind the Moors Murderers.
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