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The Encyclopaedia of Executions By John J. Eddleston

The Encyclopaedia of Executions by John J. Eddleston

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This encyclopaedia is the definitive work on executions that took place in Britain in the 20th century. The hard facts of each case cover the criminals, the victims, the trials and, of course, the executions themselves.

The Encyclopaedia of Executions Summary

The Encyclopaedia of Executions by John J. Eddleston

This encyclopaedia is the definitive work on executions that took place in Britain in the 20th century. The hard facts of each case cover the criminals, the victims, the trials and, of course, the executions themselves. Each case is covered in amazing detail and brought to life by the vivid descriptions of all those involved, the circumstances, the motives and, sometimes, the remorse. John Eddleston has spent years researching and producing detailed, gripping and authoritative accounts of the executions. In the course of his accounts he reveals fascinating facts such as why Derek Bentley was given a posthumous. This is an essential reference book for true crime fans, criminologists and those with a passion for historical fact.

About John J. Eddleston

John Eddleston is an expert true crime author, with eight previous works already in print, including Jack the Ripper: An Encyclopaedia, an in-depth, subjective study of the murders and their victims.

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GOR001771933
9781844540587
1844540588
The Encyclopaedia of Executions by John J. Eddleston
Used - Good
Paperback
John Blake Publishing Ltd
2004-07-31
960
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