Scottish Murder Stories
This medley of Scottish Murders does not deal with the despicable or the incomprehensible world of serial and psychopathic crimes, but concentrates on the more notable and Gothic whodunnits, some of them well-known, some not so. The full chapter list is: The Misted Mountain, The Arran Case, 1889; The German Tea Planter, Broughty Ferry, 1912; The Late Mr Toad, The Musselburgh Case, 1911; 'Oh, Loch Maree!', William Laurie King, Edinburgh, 1924; The Running Girl, Christina Gilmour, 1843; The Travelling Man, Hugh Macleod, 1830; The Naked Ghost, Sgt Arthur Davies, 1749; The Cinderella Syndrome, Bertie Wilcox, 1929; 'Holly Willie', William Bennison, 1850; A Tryst With Dr Smith, The St Fergus Case, 1853; The Wild Geese, the Saunders Case, 1913; The French Schoolmaster's Wife, Eugene Marie Chantrelle, 1878; The Ice-Field, the |Arran Stowaways,1868; The Toad in the Tunnel, The Garvie Case, 1968; Bible John, the Barrowland Ballroom Killings, 1968-9; Jock the Ripper, William Henry Bury, 1889 and The Quest for Norah, the Farnario Case, 1929.
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The Toad in the Tunnel The Garvie Case 1968
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