The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee PDF ✓

The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee PDF ✓

The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee ➪ The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee Read ➲ Author Alexander McGregor – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk True crime from Dundee covering the most fascinating and chilling cases from the last century Every town has its monsters But only when their rage explodes and unspeakable crimes are committed do we r True crime from Dundee covering the most Killers: True PDF/EPUB ¾ fascinating and chilling cases from the last century Every town has its monsters But only when their rage explodes and unspeakable crimes are committed do we realise we hold them in our midst Some are unpredictable psychopaths others achieve notoriety after a moment of madness when a single out of character act changes their lives forever One thing is for certain homicide comes in The Law PDF or many guises the only thing most have in common is a corpse In The Law Killers journalist Alexander McGregor examines some of the people and deeds which have terrorised Dundonian communities Having reported on many of them first hand he has uniue insight into the cases and they are as chilling as they are compelling The father who wanted to go one better than his double killer sonand did The groom who Law Killers: True PDF/EPUB ì promised to love honour and cherish both his bridesbefore he strangled them The thirteen year old who was almost as much a victim as the child she killed The trail of slaughter that started with a break in and ended hundreds of miles away after an escaped convict killed againand again and againThe unsolved murder of the wealthy spinster who led a secret life The trail of dead women in the life Law Killers: True Crime from PDF/EPUB ² of a social worker who thought he could outwit the policeand nearly did.


9 thoughts on “The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee

  1. Hayley Hayley says:

    I’ve not rated this book It’s difficult to rate true crime as it seems wrong to say I enjoyed it It was interesting thought provoking and easy to follow The chapters were short enough to be able to dip in and out of it


  2. Ian Pruce Ian Pruce says:

    Bought this on a visit to Dundee It enhanced the visit


  3. Archie Murray Archie Murray says:

    As someone who doesn't really know Dundee this was a good overview of infamous murders in the city Not particularly detailed on any of the case's but an entertaining read for lovers of true crime


  4. M Devlin M Devlin says:

    Short interesting storiessome very sadSome sad tales and some horrific murdersI would hate to be a policeman Feel sorry for families where there were no arrests


  5. Noits Noits says:

    Whilst I found this book fascinating I also found it frustrating There is no fresh insight into any of the already fairly well documented cases that McGregor focuses on which is disappointing There are attempts to titillate and stimulate readers' imaginations in the narrative style the author adopts but there is little to get one's teeth into which given the evidence in some of the cases may be rather crass phrasing I had expected at least detailed accounts and also possibly a few fresh insights or discoveries especially in the instances of unsolved cases The one or two instances where descriptors such as perverted or depraved or brutal we're used there was little by way of explanation leaving the reader wondering what on earth the author is referring to I'm not suggesting that graphic detail should be included but something along the lines of backgroundevidence history to clarify rather ambiguous labels Of course this book is 7 years old now and may well have been superseded by others It's a decent read but offers nothing extra to what can be gleaned from thorough google searches


  6. Callum Soukup-Croy Callum Soukup-Croy says:

    One of the few books I've read than once In fact I enjoyed this book so much I've read it at least three times and it never fails to fascinate me Perhaps it feeds a morbid curiosity or because it focuses on my home town but there is something deeply intriguing about this book The writing is not going to win any awards it's sensationalist and you get the sense MacGregor is using some artistic license but it's gripping all the same This definitely won't be for everyone Some of the description is graphic and the tales are often uncomfortable to read of but if true crime intrigues you then this is a great example of the genre


  7. Meghann Meghann says:

    I live in Dundee so found this book very interesting I could relate to and picture the murder scenes and as my dad is ex police he remembers many of the cases first hand The writing however is not going to win any awards and when looking up some of the cases online for info I discovered that some of the stories contain chunks simply copied from other sources I wouldn't rush to read this book again but would recommend it to anyone from the area looking for a bit of Dundee's dark history


  8. Fiona Fiona says:

    I've read very few true crime books The reason I read this one is because I was staying in a flat in Carnoustie for a week and this was one of the few books on the book shelfI found the book very informative and not sensational


  9. Jane Jane says:

    Loved this even though it's non fiction because all the places are in my home town Nice I know D


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9 thoughts on “The Law Killers: True Crime from Dundee

  1. Hayley Hayley says:

    I’ve not rated this book It’s difficult to rate true crime as it seems wrong to say I enjoyed it It was interesting thought provoking and easy to follow The chapters were short enough to be able to dip in and out of it

  2. Ian Pruce Ian Pruce says:

    Bought this on a visit to Dundee It enhanced the visit

  3. Archie Murray Archie Murray says:

    As someone who doesn't really know Dundee this was a good overview of infamous murders in the city Not particularly detailed on any of the case's but an entertaining read for lovers of true crime

  4. M Devlin M Devlin says:

    Short interesting storiessome very sadSome sad tales and some horrific murdersI would hate to be a policeman Feel sorry for families where there were no arrests

  5. Noits Noits says:

    Whilst I found this book fascinating I also found it frustrating There is no fresh insight into any of the already fairly well documented cases that McGregor focuses on which is disappointing There are attempts to titillate and stimulate readers' imaginations in the narrative style the author adopts but there is little to get one's teeth into which given the evidence in some of the cases may be rather crass phrasing I had expected at least detailed accounts and also possibly a few fresh insights or discoveries especially in the instances of unsolved cases The one or two instances where descriptors such as perverted or depraved or brutal we're used there was little by way of explanation leaving the reader wondering what on earth the author is referring to I'm not suggesting that graphic detail should be included but something along the lines of backgroundevidence history to clarify rather ambiguous labels Of course this book is 7 years old now and may well have been superseded by others It's a decent read but offers nothing extra to what can be gleaned from thorough google searches

  6. Callum Soukup-Croy Callum Soukup-Croy says:

    One of the few books I've read than once In fact I enjoyed this book so much I've read it at least three times and it never fails to fascinate me Perhaps it feeds a morbid curiosity or because it focuses on my home town but there is something deeply intriguing about this book The writing is not going to win any awards it's sensationalist and you get the sense MacGregor is using some artistic license but it's gripping all the same This definitely won't be for everyone Some of the description is graphic and the tales are often uncomfortable to read of but if true crime intrigues you then this is a great example of the genre

  7. Meghann Meghann says:

    I live in Dundee so found this book very interesting I could relate to and picture the murder scenes and as my dad is ex police he remembers many of the cases first hand The writing however is not going to win any awards and when looking up some of the cases online for info I discovered that some of the stories contain chunks simply copied from other sources I wouldn't rush to read this book again but would recommend it to anyone from the area looking for a bit of Dundee's dark history

  8. Fiona Fiona says:

    I've read very few true crime books The reason I read this one is because I was staying in a flat in Carnoustie for a week and this was one of the few books on the book shelfI found the book very informative and not sensational

  9. Jane Jane says:

    Loved this even though it's non fiction because all the places are in my home town Nice I know D

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