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Famous trials.

James Hozier Hodge

Famous trials.

by James Hozier Hodge

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Published by Penguin Books in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crime -- Great Britain.,
  • Trials -- Great Britain.,
  • Trials (Murder) -- Great Britain.,
  • Criminals -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Thurtell and Hunt (1824) by E. R. Watson.--Frederick Nodder (1937) by Winifred Duke.--Peter Barnes and others (1939) by Letitia Fairfield.--John George Haigh (1949) by Lord Dunboyne.

    SeriesPenguin books, 1775
    The Physical Object
    Pagination198 p.
    Number of Pages198
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16568739M

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      From the legendary Famous Trials series of real-life courtroom dramas, two classic murder trials abridged and refreshed as Penguin Specials for modern readers, selected and introduced by Alex McBride, author of Defending the Guilty. Nineteen year-old Madeleine Smith may have been charged in with poisoning her lover, Emile L'Angelier, but her real 5/5. Coming in A new, improved "Famous Trials." “Famous Trials” first appeared on the Web in , making this site older than about % of all websites. In , the site seems to be showing its age. So Famous Trials (thanks to my great support team) will debut in with a cleaner look, additional video and audio.

    The atmosphere in Salem – long characterized by family feuds, property disputes, and skirmishes with Native Americans – made the inhabitants ripe to be afflicted by herd frenzy. Only a slight provocation was therefore needed to induce madness, and this provocation came soon enough when two local girls – Betty Parris and Abigail Williams. LibraryThing Review User Review - antiquary - LibraryThing. John Mortimer, author of the well-known Rumpole stories, here edits a collection of retellings of well-known trials, including the cases of Crippen, Oscar Slater, Madeleine Smith, George "Brides in 4/5(1).


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Famous Trials book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Famous Trials - From Murder To Treason - the Sensational Courtroom Dra /5. The Penguin Crime - Famous Trials is one of an excellent series. Each case book is very hard to obtain.

The trial of William Joyce, alias Lord Haw Haw, set a legal precedent, Harold Greenwood was convicted of poisoning his wife - mostly because he married a young woman within four months of his wife's death/5(14).

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As a paralegal, I found this book fascinating with just the right balance of information on the trials to provide basic background, but not too much detail /5. John Mullan's 10 of the best: trials From Salem hysteria to racial prejudice in the Raj, here are some of the most memorable court scenes in literature John Mullan.

Famous Trials (1): Madeleine Smith; Oscar Slater; Dr Crippen; Dr Palmer: Madeleine Smith, Oscar Slater, n, v. 1 (Penguin Crime) by Harry Hodge |. Famous Trials By Professor Douglas O. Linder. Home; The Trial of Galileo: An Account Print Email Details In the trial of Galileo Galilei, two worlds come into cosmic conflict.

Galileo's world of science and humanism collides with the world of Scholasticism and absolutism that held power in the Catholic Church. The book reveals Galileo. An investigation of famous trials in history takes in such great historical figures as Socrates, Jesus, Galileo, Sir Thomas More and Mandela as well as the famous Dreyfus case, the Nazi war crimes tribunal at Nuremberg, the Stalinist purges and the revolutionary chaos that engulfed England and France in the seventeenth and eighteenth : Crux Publishing.

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Series by cover. 1–3 of 3 (show all) Works (3) Titles: Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher.

For now, avoid forcing the issue. Notable British Trials series. Original book and NOT printed new when ordered. No dust jacket. Slight fading on spine and slightest of bending on top front binding. Otherwise very decent copy from famous NBT series.

and pull-out sketch map. Quoted shipping based on UK. About g. weight so extra overseas postage. Seller Inventory # From the legendary Famous Trials series of real-life courtroom dramas, two classic murder trials abridged and refreshed as Penguin Specials for modern readers, selected and introduced by Alex McBride, author of Defending the Guilty.

Thomas Cream, erstwhile Sunday school teacher and serial poisoner, has an unsettling air and wonky eye. He also happens to be a doctor, which. Good. Famous trials by John Mortimer (Paperback) Incredible Value and Free Shipping!. This product has passed our meticulous quality checks and is guaranteed to be in good condition.

With over 7 million ratings, you can buy from us with confidence. Good Condition: A book that has been read, but is in good condition/5(54). From the legendary Famous Trials series of real-life courtroom dramas, two classic murder trials abridged and refreshed as Penguin Specials for modern readers, selected and introduced by Alex McBride, author of Defending the GuiltyA respectable solicitor in the Pages: Buy a cheap copy of Famous trials of history book.

Free shipping over $ The Mammoth Book of Famous Trials by Roger Wilkes. The 35 most famous trials of the 20th century, as recorded by the people who were there including Truman Capote, Norman Mailer, Brian Masters, Damon Runyon and other star turns in true crime writing.

Among the cases featured: the longest ever US trial, of deadly duo Bianchi and Buono for the. The Famous Trials book series by multiple authors includes books Famous Trials 1, Famous Trials 2, Famous Trials 3, and several more.

See the complete Famous Trials series book list in order, box sets or omnibus editions, and companion titles. Get this from a library. The Mammoth book of famous trials. [Roger Wilkes;] -- Includes 30 of the most famous trials ever, as recorded by the people who were there, including Truman Capote, Brian Masters, Damon Runyan and other star turns in true crime writing.

Get this from a library. Famous trials in history. [Elisabeth A Cawthon] -- "Famous Trials in History collects significant legal trials from time periods and places ranging from Socrates in classical Greece and Joan of Arc in medieval France to Saddam Hussein in modern.

An investigation of famous trials in history takes in such great historical figures as Socrates, Jesus, Galileo, Sir Thomas More and Mandela as well as the famous Dreyfus case, the Nazi war crimes tribunal at Nuremberg, the Stalinist purges and the revolutionary chaos that engulfed England and France in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

This book contains some trials in which the author was himself engaged for which it cannot be claimed that they fall into the category of "famous".

The treatment of the cases is untechnical throughout, so that the narratives may easily be comprehended by laymen. They belong to very different periods of English history, some of which are now remote and curious/5(2).

"First published in the UK by Robinson, an imprint of Constable & Robinson Ltd "--T.p. verso Includes 30 of the most famous trials ever, as recorded by the people who were there, including Truman Capote, Brian Masters, Damon Pages: