Book Title: The Who’s Who of British Crime in the Twentieth Century
Author: Jim Morris
Genres: True Crime, Crime, Non Fiction
I read this in book format.
Just one look at this book cover sends chills down my spine.
The face of Myra Hindley, staring back at me, her evil eyes, black with the horrible deeds she has committed.
The Who’s Who.. is a book filled with information about the most notorious criminals in British History. It has murder, it has robberies, it has all you can imagine.
This book is dark, but it is utterly fascinating. You’ll be sickened, but in the best way possible.
Crammed with information, this book delivers in every way. You can choose who you read about, or you can read it in a continuous motion but either way, if you love reading about true crime, you’ll love this book.
This book is suitable for any adult reader.
Not only myself, a twenty one year old, but my Father, a sixty one year old, have loved reading this and found it completely gripping and engrossing.
With a mixture of criminals I’ve heard of before and some I had not, it was a enthralling read that satisfied the True Crime nerd inside me.
I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars.