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True Crime  |  True Crime June 2018  


Highlights of this issue include:

* MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: A KENT POLICEMAN TELLS A STORY OF DOUBLE-MURDER
Tragic account of how brother and sister Bob Garrett and Lilian Crane were to meet the same fate – axed to death on a deadly day in the usually peaceful coastal town.

* THEY MET ON THE GALLOWS: THE MUTINEER AND THE MURDERER
Greek sailor Christos Bombos and Irish Republican Thomas Crowe had never met – until their date with executioner William Marwood...

* ASK TRUE CRIME: WAS INCEST THE MOTIVE FOR MURDER?
It looked like Edward Black had the perfect marriage and lifestyle in the Cornish village of Tregonissey. But when his wife died suddenly he was nowhere to be seen...

* DEATH ON THE RAILWAY: BODY IN A TRUNK AT CHARING CROSS STATION
When the dismembered body of a woman was discovered in the left-luggage office, a murder inquiry was launched. But who was the victim?

* DID THE WRONG MAN FRY FOR THE DEATH OF HERO’S BABY? – PART ONE
American aviator Charles Lindbergh was one of the most famous men on the planet when his life was thrown into turmoil and tragedy by the kidnapping from the family home in New Jersey of his baby son, Charles Jnr, in March 1932. Eventually, Bruno Hauptmann would go to the electric chair for the crime. But was he actually guilty?

* MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: SCHOOLGIRL CAROLINE SNATCHED AND KILLED IN FRANCE
Cornish teenager Caroline Dickinson was on a school trip to Brittany, lodging in a youth hostel, when she fell into the clutches of a serial sex-monster.

* SOUTH AFRICA’S SUPERCOP: LAZARUS, THE POLITE YOUNG MAN WHO KILLED SIXTEEN
Last in the series of accounts focusing on the cases of Inspector Piet Byleveld. Johannesburg taxi driver Lazarus Mazingane had always impressed people with his good manners. The trouble was, he had a deadly dark side.
What’s it like to be a killer? Or a murder victim? Or a detective trying to crack the crime?

True Crime magazine has the answers. And now it’s available in a versatile digital edition you can read anywhere on any device.

Packed full of must-read reports on unspeakable crimes, illustrated with astonishing photos, True Crime is better than the most thrilling whodunit – because it’s 100% TRUE.

Specialising in real-life stories from the US, the UK and around the world, it brings you the most notorious homicide cases from Victorian times right up to the present. In its pages you might find the latest murder case from the UK courts, a fascinating gangster saga from the 1930s, a French crime of passion from the 1970s and a crazed cannibal killer from the former Soviet Union. All this plus regular features such as Chronicles of Crime, Major British Murders and Gangland Confidential.

Use this app to try the latest issue or a full year’s subscription (12 issues) and explore the dark world of crime with our expert writers as your guide. We take a lot of care over the way our stories are written – to make them clear, engrossing and above all factually correct. Never less than fascinating, True Crime might just be the best crime read you can buy.

* And if you like True Crime, be sure to check out the other digital magazines in the True Crime Library stable: True Detective, Master Detective and Murder Most Foul.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year True Crime magazine subscription.

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   Love It!!! Reviewed Thursday, 8 February 2018
This has to be the best True Crime magazine I have ever read. My mum and dad used to have them years ago so they are such an experienced company. Can't get enough of it.
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True Crime   |   True Crime June 2018   


Highlights of this issue include:

* MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: A KENT POLICEMAN TELLS A STORY OF DOUBLE-MURDER
Tragic account of how brother and sister Bob Garrett and Lilian Crane were to meet the same fate – axed to death on a deadly day in the usually peaceful coastal town.

* THEY MET ON THE GALLOWS: THE MUTINEER AND THE MURDERER
Greek sailor Christos Bombos and Irish Republican Thomas Crowe had never met – until their date with executioner William Marwood...

* ASK TRUE CRIME: WAS INCEST THE MOTIVE FOR MURDER?
It looked like Edward Black had the perfect marriage and lifestyle in the Cornish village of Tregonissey. But when his wife died suddenly he was nowhere to be seen...

* DEATH ON THE RAILWAY: BODY IN A TRUNK AT CHARING CROSS STATION
When the dismembered body of a woman was discovered in the left-luggage office, a murder inquiry was launched. But who was the victim?

* DID THE WRONG MAN FRY FOR THE DEATH OF HERO’S BABY? – PART ONE
American aviator Charles Lindbergh was one of the most famous men on the planet when his life was thrown into turmoil and tragedy by the kidnapping from the family home in New Jersey of his baby son, Charles Jnr, in March 1932. Eventually, Bruno Hauptmann would go to the electric chair for the crime. But was he actually guilty?

* MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: SCHOOLGIRL CAROLINE SNATCHED AND KILLED IN FRANCE
Cornish teenager Caroline Dickinson was on a school trip to Brittany, lodging in a youth hostel, when she fell into the clutches of a serial sex-monster.

* SOUTH AFRICA’S SUPERCOP: LAZARUS, THE POLITE YOUNG MAN WHO KILLED SIXTEEN
Last in the series of accounts focusing on the cases of Inspector Piet Byleveld. Johannesburg taxi driver Lazarus Mazingane had always impressed people with his good manners. The trouble was, he had a deadly dark side.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year True Crime magazine print subscription.
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