Beyond Belief: A Chronicle Of Murder And Its Detection

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H. Hamilton, 1967 - Lancashire (England) - 370 pages
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User Review  - eglinton - LibraryThing

Vivid telling of appalling tale, the Moors Murderers from the grim early (pre-Swinging) Sixties. Does succeed in giving a sense of who they were and what motivated them. Overdoes the 'explaining' a ... Read full review

Review: Beyond Belief: The Moors Murderers. The Story of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley.

User Review  - Sheryl Roberts - Goodreads

People have criticised this book for the author's style of writing, but i find that exactly the opposite it true. I like Emlyn Williams' style as it is unique and i feel it gives the narrative a kind ... Read full review

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THE LAD THAT LIKED TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS
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IAN BRADY PHOTOPHILIAC
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