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CRIMINAL WIRRAL

Daniel K. Longman


Sutton Publishing
ISBN: 0-7509-4406-4
July, 2006

Front cover of the book by Daniel Longman: Criminal Wirral


CRIMINAL WIRRAL
Written by
DANIEL K. LONGMAN


Criminal Wirral is an intriguing and entertaining collection of some of the strangest, most despicable and comical crimes that took place on the Wirral peninsula from the Victorian era up until the early twentieth century. Daniel K. Longman's painstaking research has uncovered many fascinating cases that have been long forgotten, and sheds new light on local causes celebres. The tales are supported by a number of maps with many contemporary and modern photographs, which help to bring these events and the people featured in them back to life. Criminal Wirral will appeal to anyone who has an interest in the darker side of Wirral's history.

 


Daniel Longman clearly has a future in writing. Eighteen years of age with one book on the market and a further four in the pipeline is indicative enough of his talents, but to have an author of the reputation of Terry Deary (Horrible Histories) Forewording speaks volumes.

Written whilst studying for his AS Levels in English, Daniel displays remarkable skill and dedication, laying the foundation and background to each tale with confidence, before outlining the dénouement with infinite care and precision.

Often startling, often humorous, Criminal Wirral is an entertaining read that will keep anybody interested in true crime, not just those from Merseyside, intrigued until the bitter end.

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