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Murder, she wrote

Advantages: Enjoyable read on an ever-fascinating if gruesome subject
Disadvantages: There are better books on the subject out there

...We, the British, are an illogical race. Short of genocide, murder is the worst, most shocking crime an individual can commit, yet in spite of that it has become a kind of commodity which over the last years has been endlessly packaged as a mass market en ...

JOHNV 10.12.2013 · Read full review
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Review of A Very English Murder - Lucy Worsley

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Dark Deeds in God's Own Country

Advantages: Interesting, well-researched
Disadvantages: Slightly dull format

Criminal history specialist, Stephen Wade, has put together a handy reference guide to some of Yorkshire’s most unscrupulous characters and sinister crimes. However, don’t expect to read about the most infamous of them all, Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire ...

moistbabe 12.10.2013 · Read full review
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Review of A-Z of Yorkshire Murder - Stephen Wade

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Murder in the Summerhouse

Advantages: A concise account of an intriguing case, captured the flavour of the period
Disadvantages: Feels a bit sketchy, lacking in analysis

In 1908 a wealthy lady, Mrs Caroline Luard, was murdered in a Kent village, shot dead in an isolated summerhouse. Describing it as “one of the great unresolved mysteries of the twentieth century”, Minette Walters reconstructs this true crime story in an ...

moistbabe 05.05.2013 · Read full review
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Review of A Dreadful Murder The Mysterious Death of Caroline Luard - Minette Walters

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Building on the success of the past

Advantages: great detail for members of the Construction Bar
Disadvantages: heavy on detail for lay persons

...An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Life at the Construction Law Bar is always an exciting and adventurous place and time to be, and any new piece of literature to add to the sum of our knowledge in ...

PhillipTaylor 14.06.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Construction Contracts: Law and Practice - Richard Wilmot-Smith QC

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Are you being watched?

Advantages: short but sweet
Disadvantages: poses more questions than answers

FREE SPEECH ECLIPSED An appreciation by Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers Raymond Wacks has created an in-depth exploration in only 150 pages, of the increasingly complex and controversial subject of privacy with thi ...

PhillipTaylor 14.06.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Privacy: A Very Short Introduction - Raymond Wacks

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