The Moors Murderers: The Full Story of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley by Chris Cook
Meticulously researched by C.G.C. Cook, The Moors Murderers' gives readers a rare and fascinating look into the lives of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley - often known as the evillest couple in British history. After a torture and killing spree that lasted two years and left five innocent children dead, many aspects of their lives have been kept hidden from the public. Cook's new release changes that - making unseen photographs, letters and accounts public for the first time. In the mid 1960s, the serenity of Saddleworth Moor was forever interrupted, even if people didn't yet know it, as the area became a grave for the innocent child victims of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. The couple's vile torture and killings have shaken up British history ever since, with the couple often considered two of the most evil people to have lived. However, the public still have many questions about who they were and how their dysfunctional relationship operated. In this book, many artefacts become public for the first time, including photographs from Ian Brady's Tartan album', police interviews and witness statements, which shed vital new light on Brady, Hindley and the dangerous cocktail their union became.