Foul Deeds & Suspicious Deaths in Guildford by Caroline Maxton

By Caroline Maxton

The dual fascinations of dying and villainy will continually carry us of their grim yet exciting grip. In "Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Guildford" the chilliness is introduced on the subject of domestic as every one bankruptcy investigates the darker aspect of humanity in situations of homicide, deceit and natural malice dedicated over the centuries within the region. From crimes of ardour to opportunistic killings and coldly premeditated acts of homicide, the total spectrum of illegal activity is mentioned, bringing to existence the extra sinister background of Guildford and the encircling villages.

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Other titles in the series Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Blackburn & Hyndburn, Steve Greenhalgh ISBN: 1-903425-18-2. 99 Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in and around Chesterfield, Geoffrey Sadler ISBN: 1-903425-30-1. 99 More Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in and around Chesterfield, Geoffrey Sadler ISBN: 1-903425-68-9. 99 Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in & around Durham, Maureen Anderson ISBN: 1-903425-46-8. 99 Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in and around Halifax, Stephen Wade ISBN: 1-903425-45-X.

He had no collar, but a white scarf of “choker” character. He constantly muttered to himself, and smiled whilst smoothing his hair with his right hand, his somewhat idiotic expression being evidently assumed. Having been found guilty of murder by the jury, Jenkins was sentenced to death. ’ He was to be hanged and buried within the precincts of the prison. He would not, as he had wished, be buried in the same grave as Emily. Gravestone of Emily Joy. ’ Sam Milner CHAPTER 2 A Knock-Kneed Case: The Deaths of Annie and Albert Keen 1932 Neighbours were baffled as to how this could have happened.

Having been found guilty of murder by the jury, Jenkins was sentenced to death. ’ He was to be hanged and buried within the precincts of the prison. He would not, as he had wished, be buried in the same grave as Emily. Gravestone of Emily Joy. ’ Sam Milner CHAPTER 2 A Knock-Kneed Case: The Deaths of Annie and Albert Keen 1932 Neighbours were baffled as to how this could have happened. keen Cottage, named after the family who had occupied it for at least three generations, lay in an isolated but picturesque spot on the edge of Cutt Mill Common.

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