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We'll all be murdered in our beds!

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"If it bleeds it leads"- this maxim is as true now as it was 300 years ago. Crime is the stable of the news, and our appetite for these dark and dangerous stories shows no sign of abating.

In this colourful history of the wild world of crime reporting since 1700, Duncan Campbell reveals what it is really like to deal with murders, gangsters, robbers, cat burglars, victims, informers and detectives. Looking at the "hacks in the macs" and the "Murder Gang" who would go to any lengths to get a story and serve it up to an ever-eager reading public.

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Author(s):
Duncan Campbell
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
233x158x23
EAN-13:
9781783961337
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781783961337
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
286
Publisher:
Elliott and Thompson Limited

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"If it bleeds it leads"- this maxim is as true now as it was 300 years ago. Crime is the stable of the news, and our appetite for these dark and dangerous stories shows no sign of abating.

In this colourful history of the wild world of crime reporting since 1700, Duncan Campbell reveals what it is really like to deal with murders, gangsters, robbers, cat burglars, victims, informers and detectives. Looking at the "hacks in the macs" and the "Murder Gang" who would go to any lengths to get a story and serve it up to an ever-eager reading public.

Author(s):
Duncan Campbell
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
233x158x23
EAN-13:
9781783961337
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
9781783961337
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
286
Publisher:
Elliott and Thompson Limited

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