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True Detective Magazine

(2 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year True Detective is the world’s number one magazine of non-fiction crime stories – now available in a versatile digital edition you can read anywhere on any device.

Packed full of must-read reports on unspeakable crimes, illustrated with gobsmacking photos, it’s 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 Execution USA, Crimes That Made The Headlines and Hanged In Australia.

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 Detective might just be the best crime read you can bu

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True Detective  |  March 2019  


It’s now 30 years since US serial killer Theodore “Ted” Bundy’s story ended in the electric chair in Florida, yet interest in the notorious kidnapper, rapist and necrophile remains undimmed. To mark the anniversary of Bundy’s demise - on January 24th, 1989 - Netflix is showing a new documentary series, “Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes”, based on Death Row interviews the charismatic monster gave with writers Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth. It should be a fascinating watch and offer some insight into the workings of the depraved killer’s disturbed mind. In “Under The Spotlight” this issue, we focus on the catalogue of killings that put Bundy on Death Row and the 42-year-old’s execution in the sunshine state. Don’t miss it.

Bundy was dead before the internet age began, but it’s easy to imagine him, had he still been alive and free, exploiting its reach for his nefarious activities. Con-man-turned-serial-killer John Edward Robinson certainly saw its potential. He was trawling the web from the early days, and by the beginning of the 1990s was using it to lure victims to sado-masochistic sex sessions which ended with their deaths. Turn to “America’s Most Evil – Horrors Of The Internet Slavemaster” in this issue for the full story. And we report on the recent Death Row suicide of Andrew Urdiales (who featured in America’s Most Evil in December 2018) in “Execution USA” this month, too.

Highlights of this issue include:

* How A Mother Solved Her Daughter’s Murder
* Crimes That Made The Headlines: What Happened To Baby Joe?
* Under The Spotlight: Ted Bundy’s Execution
* Hanged At Liverpool – Part 3
* Irishman On A Mission To Murder A Teenager
* America’s Most Evil: Horrors Of The Internet Slavemaster
* Hanged In Australia: From The French Resistance...To The Gallows At Fremantle
* River Of Blood: The Body At Sonning Lock
* Questions & Answers: Hail Of Bullets In Cheshire Street
True Detective is the world’s number one magazine of non-fiction crime stories – now available in a versatile digital edition you can read anywhere on any device.

Packed full of must-read reports on unspeakable crimes, illustrated with gobsmacking photos, it’s 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 Execution USA, Crimes That Made The Headlines and Hanged In Australia.

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 Detective might just be the best crime read you can buy.

* And if you like True Detective, be sure to check out the other digital magazines in the True Crime Library stable: Master Detective, True Crime and Murder Most Foul.
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2 Customer Reviews
   True Crime Addicts Reviewed November 22, 2018
Great mag for true crime addicts with the bonus of regular competitions to win and investigations to help solve.
   Great Read Reviewed February 8, 2018
Loving the true crime stories, great read would highly recommend!
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True Detective   |   March 2019   


It’s now 30 years since US serial killer Theodore “Ted” Bundy’s story ended in the electric chair in Florida, yet interest in the notorious kidnapper, rapist and necrophile remains undimmed. To mark the anniversary of Bundy’s demise - on January 24th, 1989 - Netflix is showing a new documentary series, “Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes”, based on Death Row interviews the charismatic monster gave with writers Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth. It should be a fascinating watch and offer some insight into the workings of the depraved killer’s disturbed mind. In “Under The Spotlight” this issue, we focus on the catalogue of killings that put Bundy on Death Row and the 42-year-old’s execution in the sunshine state. Don’t miss it.

Bundy was dead before the internet age began, but it’s easy to imagine him, had he still been alive and free, exploiting its reach for his nefarious activities. Con-man-turned-serial-killer John Edward Robinson certainly saw its potential. He was trawling the web from the early days, and by the beginning of the 1990s was using it to lure victims to sado-masochistic sex sessions which ended with their deaths. Turn to “America’s Most Evil – Horrors Of The Internet Slavemaster” in this issue for the full story. And we report on the recent Death Row suicide of Andrew Urdiales (who featured in America’s Most Evil in December 2018) in “Execution USA” this month, too.

Highlights of this issue include:

* How A Mother Solved Her Daughter’s Murder
* Crimes That Made The Headlines: What Happened To Baby Joe?
* Under The Spotlight: Ted Bundy’s Execution
* Hanged At Liverpool – Part 3
* Irishman On A Mission To Murder A Teenager
* America’s Most Evil: Horrors Of The Internet Slavemaster
* Hanged In Australia: From The French Resistance...To The Gallows At Fremantle
* River Of Blood: The Body At Sonning Lock
* Questions & Answers: Hail Of Bullets In Cheshire Street
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 Detective magazine print subscription.
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