Dec 06, 2022
Famous Trials
Posted by John Mortimer Harry Hodge James H. Hodge

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  • Title: Famous Trials
  • Author: John Mortimer Harry Hodge James H. Hodge
  • ISBN: 9780140069242
  • Page: 390
  • Format: Paperback
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Cherie

I LOVE THIS BOOK ALL THE DETAILS AND EVERYTHING One particular case I liked is the Stoner vs Rattenbury It s such a classic tale of murder, of crime, of justice, even though justice was never served Still, I feel like this book exposed the true human nature, which was what interested me in the first place.


Dave

A one volume anthology derived from a series of books of abridged versions of chapters from the Notable British Trials series How could it be bad It s like the cream of the cream, right Well, first of all, whoever derived and abridged wanted it both ways stories of famous crime and British legal wrangling And no matter which one you re interested in, there s too much of the other, and definitely too much in between And John Mortimer is by far the best author in this book, and all he did was sele [...]


Surreysmum

These notes were made in 1984 It is a sign of the times, I suppose, that this 1984 reissue is a selection from abridgements of the Notable British Trials series Mortimer s name is stuck on the front chiefly as a selling point, I think, but he has managed to inject a little modern sensibility into his introduction, objecting violently to the slightly gruesome complacency about capital punishment which pervades these accounts written up in the 40s, I think 2010 note actually the series ran from 19 [...]


John Carter

The cases here are mostly those known to any reader of mysteries But he didn t look like a murderer Neither did Dr Crippen, ma am Unfortunately these write ups were selected in 1984, not written then, and they suffer a great deal from the style that their times as early as 1920 for Crippen s trial, for instance deemed appropriate for serious accounts of serious matters I made a quick start this morning to confirm my recollection that George Joseph Smith s story was in fact that of the brides in [...]


Stephanie

This is my favorite of all my true crime books I keep it and reread it from time to time because the insights into human nature are so insightful and droll Here are some examples Mrs Rattenbury was asked whether her married life was happy, and she answered Like that with a gesture of her hand A gesture that sketched the married life of the better part of muddled humanity.His childhood was healthy and remarkable free from illness, and he grew up into a powerfully built young man, well above the a [...]


Azura Mustafa

30 cases, 1 wrongly executed case, a few cases the defendants walk but mostly the justice has been served Almost all the cases tried at the famous Old Bailey.


Eric

I have the hardcover.



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