Books reviewed by Kim Fleet
A collection of shocking, murderous and bizarre true Victorian tales from the UK and the US.
Reviewed on 11 May 2019 by Kim Fleet
How the disappearance of two men in Iceland in 1974 still reverberates today
Reviewed on 27 April 2019 by Kim Fleet
How numbers feature in murders, their detection, and the punishment of killers.
Reviewed on 13 April 2019 by Kim Fleet
A short review of the letters appealing for clemency that were sent to the Home Secretary during the 1820s and 1830s.
Reviewed on 09 June 2018 by Kim Fleet
An account of the last days of Raoul Moat, told from inside his mind.
Reviewed on 25 November 2017 by Kim Fleet
The true story of 19th century thief, con artist and poisoner Mary Bateman, known as the Yorkshire Witch.
Reviewed on 22 July 2017 by Kim Fleet
A history of the insanity plea and how ‘mad doctors’, judges and the public reacted to claims some criminals weren’t bad, just mad.
Reviewed on 08 July 2017 by Kim Fleet