Hampshire Murders

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History Press Limited, Feb 2, 2009 - History - 160 pages
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Life in the historic county of Hampshire has not always been peaceful, for over the years it has experienced numerous murders, some of which are little known outside the county borders, others that have shocked the nation. These include the killing of "Sweet Fanny Adams" in 1867; the horrific murder committed by the postmaster at Grayshott in 1901; the mysterious poisoning of Hubert Chevis in 1943; and the gun battle in the village of Kingsclere in 1944, which resulted in the deaths of three people. Nicola Sly’s carefully researched, well-illustrated, and enthralling text will appeal to anyone interested in the shady side of Hampshire’s history, and should give much food for thought.

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Nicola Sly has a masters degree in forensic and legal psychology and currently teaches criminology to adult learners. She is the author of Bristol Murders and the coauthor of Cornish Murders and Somerset Murders.

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