Someone once commented that if they ever went missing to look under the patio, as I could plan a perfect murder. It is the lot of a true-crime writer to spend most of their time with the worst of humankind. I am fascinated by what makes murderers kill, is there a genetic marker or does society create killers.
If you are also a fan of true crime and like to read about cases from Victorian England to modern times then you have come to the right place.
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A serial killer is defined as someone who has killed more than three people over some time. Serial Killers are sadistic and controlling in nature. However, they rarely kill for profit. Instead, they are motivated by psychological needs.
The A-Z of UK serial killers is a walk through some of the most depraved minds in the United Kingdom. For each letter of the alphabet, there is a serial killer. Some readers may have heard off, some not.
So if you are obsessed with true crime, then sit back and let’s take a walk through the alphabet and meet twenty-six of the most vicious killers, from Victorian times to the present day.
Much has been studied on the most popular cold case ever, Jack the Ripper. There are limited facts on the case and many of the original documents are missing. They have mysteriously been lost, stolen or destroyed. There is, however, surprisingly a large amount of information known, on a murder that was committed over 100 years ago. With this book, the author looks at some of the stranger conspiracies surrounding the legend and reveals who she thinks Jack the Ripper was. From Royal conspiracies to females who have been scorned, this is a must-read for all true crime fans.