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Hunting Evil: Inside the Ipswich Serial Murders

David Wilson, Paul Harrison

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True crime, Prose: non-fiction

* The definitive account of a national tragedy: by the journalist who broke the story and the UK's 'Number One Expert on Serial Killing' - with full details of the January 08 trial

The definitive account of a national tragedy: by the journalist who broke the story and the UK's 'Number One Expert on Serial Killing'

The murder of five women in late 2006 shocked the nation, keeping many of us glued to our TV screens as the story unfolded. A detailed and gripping account of the murders and their investigation, HUNTING EVIL will also provide full details of the trial. Paul Harrison - a highly respected Sky correspondent - and David Wilson - a leading Professor of Criminology - were working on the story right from the beginning. Both have unmatched access - Harrison through the contacts he developed whilst covering the murders (and now the trial), and Wilson through his extensive work with and writing about serial killers, and through his skills as a profiler. Both have visited the sites where the killer disposed of his victims' bodies; both have walked the red light area of Ipswich, and talked to countless young women involved in the sex industry; and both have well-developed police and prison contacts to take the reader to the heart of the story.

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David Wilson

David Wilson is Emeritus Professor of Criminology and the founding Director of the Centre for Applied Criminology at Birmingham City University. Prior to taking up an academic appointment in 1997, David was a Prison Governor and at twenty-nine became the youngest governing governor in England.

Professor Wilson appears in the print and broadcast media as a commentator and presenter. He publishing includes Hunting Evil, A History of British Serial Killing and his autobiography, My Life with Murderers which was shortlisted for the Saltire Prize for Non-Fiction.

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