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    The Stockbridge Baby Farmer: And Other Scottish Murder Stories

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    Tales macabre and tales bizarre; all of them with murder in mind. Another evocative series of murder cases from criminologist Molly Whittington-Egan. The stories show that while the world has moved on, the human mind still deals with murder in the same old fashion.
    ISBN: 9781903238059
    AuthorMolly Whittington-Egan
    Pub Date23/07/2001
    BindingPaperback
    Pages208
    Availability: In Stock

    Tales macabre and tales bizarre. All of them with murder in mind. This is a nother evocative and highly readable series of murder cases from criminologist Molly Whittington-Egan which follows on from her first volume of Scottish Murder Stories. Written in a frequently witty and irreverent style, these stories confirm that while the world has moves on, the human mind still deals with murder in the same old fashion with motives which have rarely changed over the years. The 19 tales are: 1. Jessie King. 1888; 2. Peter Queen. 1931; 3. Edinburgh Brothel Case. 1823; 4. Robert Dickson. 1960; 5. John Kello. 1570; 6. The McArthur Murder. 1904 / Helen and William Harkness. 1921; 7. George Shaw and George Dunn. 1952; 8. Mary Smith; aka 'The Wife o'Denside'. 1826; 9. Stanislav Myszka. 1947; 10. James Keenan. 1969; 11. James Robb. 1849 / George Christie. 1852; 12. Helen and William Watt. 1756; 13. Kate Humphrey. 1830 / Anne Inglis. 1795; 14. John Adam. 1835; 15. Patrick Higgins. 1911; 16. George Thom. 1821; 17. Alexander Edmonstone. 1969; 18. Gordon Hay. 1967; 19. Thomas Mathieson Brown. 1906.

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    Tales macabre and tales bizarre. All of them with murder in mind. This is a nother evocative and highly readable series of murder cases from criminologist Molly Whittington-Egan which follows on from her first volume of Scottish Murder Stories. Written in a frequently witty and irreverent style, these stories confirm that while the world has moves on, the human mind still deals with murder in the same old fashion with motives which have rarely changed over the years. The 19 tales are: 1. Jessie King. 1888; 2. Peter Queen. 1931; 3. Edinburgh Brothel Case. 1823; 4. Robert Dickson. 1960; 5. John Kello. 1570; 6. The McArthur Murder. 1904 / Helen and William Harkness. 1921; 7. George Shaw and George Dunn. 1952; 8. Mary Smith; aka 'The Wife o'Denside'. 1826; 9. Stanislav Myszka. 1947; 10. James Keenan. 1969; 11. James Robb. 1849 / George Christie. 1852; 12. Helen and William Watt. 1756; 13. Kate Humphrey. 1830 / Anne Inglis. 1795; 14. John Adam. 1835; 15. Patrick Higgins. 1911; 16. George Thom. 1821; 17. Alexander Edmonstone. 1969; 18. Gordon Hay. 1967; 19. Thomas Mathieson Brown. 1906.