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    Murder in Lancashire: Subtitle Notorious Cases and How They Were Solved

    £5.99
    Murder in Lancashire provides a fascinating insight into policing in the north of England in the 1970s
    ISBN: 9781874181910
    AuthorHunter Ian
    Pub Date09/11/2012
    BindingPaperback
    Pages128
    Availability: In Stock

    Chief Superintendant Ian Hunter of the CID, retired, is a good old fashioned copper. He has been at the heart of the investigations into some of the Lancashire's most notorious murders, including the 'Handless Corpse' Case, the 'Black Panther', and the 'Mad Dog of Pudsey'. In this revealing book, Detective Hunter tells us how, in these and other hideous murders across the counrty, the perpetrators were finally brought to justice. Modern science can certainly help to convict a criminal, but as these accounts show all too clearly, without instinct, observation and sheer bloody hard work at the start, no case would ever be solved.

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    Chief Superintendant Ian Hunter of the CID, retired, is a good old fashioned copper. He has been at the heart of the investigations into some of the Lancashire's most notorious murders, including the 'Handless Corpse' Case, the 'Black Panther', and the 'Mad Dog of Pudsey'. In this revealing book, Detective Hunter tells us how, in these and other hideous murders across the counrty, the perpetrators were finally brought to justice. Modern science can certainly help to convict a criminal, but as these accounts show all too clearly, without instinct, observation and sheer bloody hard work at the start, no case would ever be solved.