The Mammoth Book of Bizarre Crimes

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Robin Odell
Running Press, May 18, 2010 - True Crime - 478 pages
8 Reviews
This fascinating AZ compilation of murderous crimes spans globe and centuries and uncovers the extremes of human criminality. More than 300 cases also shed light on advances in crime detection, law enforcement, and forensic science.
  

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I initially gave this book three stars but felt I was being unduly generous. It's probably meant to be read as a "guide" to give you an insight into crimes deemed bizarre but I've read similiar style ... Read full review

Contents

The Dog and the Parrot
1
Parts and Parcels
10
Playing God
44
On Demand and by Request
74
Justice Delayed
86
Final Journeys
119
Out of this World
143
Hold the Front Page
175
Mixed Media
253
Solved and Unsolved
315
Mysteries of the Missing
352
Motive Method and Opportunity
370
Simply Bizarre
410
Bibliography
467
Index of Names
469
Copyright

Contract and Conspiracy
221

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About the author (2010)

Robin Odell has been writing about crime and criminology for years, and has written fourteen books. He lives in South Oxfordshire, UK.

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