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by Geoffrey Howse

eBook Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in South Yorkshire ePub
Author: Geoffrey Howse
Language: English
ISBN: 184563103X
ISBN13: 978-1845631031
Publisher: Wharncliffe Books (January 18, 2010)
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Rating: 4.6
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ePub file: 1492 kb
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Geoffrey Howse explores the darker and sinister side of South Yorkshire’s history in this diverse . The Little Book of Yorkshire. More Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Barnsley.

Geoffrey Howse explores the darker and sinister side of South Yorkshire’s history in this diverse collection of true crime tales-from Victorian to modern times. Read about a shooting and mob rule in Doncaster; sensational murders in Darfield, Mexborough, and Attercliffe; trade outrages in Sheffield and Rotherham; highway robbery at Wentworth; embezzlement in Barnsley; and arson at Thorne. Barnsley in the Great War. Geoffrey Howse.

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Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in the West Riding of Yorkshire. Geoffrey Howse is well known for his books on South Yorkshire history. A specialist true crime author (this being his 8th contribution in the genre), Geoffrey has also published several books relating to London, including an A-Z of London Murder. His recent local Foul Deeds titles feature Barnsley (two volumes) and Sheffield. Born in Sheffield and brought up in Elsecar and Hoyland, Geoffrey, an actor/writer by profession, has lived in London for over 35 years.

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Geoffrey Howse explores the darker and sinister side of South Yorkshire’s past in this diverse collection of crimes and foul deeds, taken from Victorian to modern times.

The book is printed in black and white. Illustrations if any are also in black and white. Sewn perfect bound for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover.

Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in London's West En. Geoffrey Howse has uncovered an astonishing catalogue of sinister deeds, some of them famous but others long forgotten.

Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in London's West End. London's West End is associated with fashion and glamour but for centuries it has had a far darker side. Read about spying, treason, embezzlement, regicide, robbery, forgery, religious persecution, suicide, murder and mutilation; and 'witness' horrendous punishments such as drawing, hanging, disemboweling, quartering, castration, beheading and burning.

Victorian Wigan was a town seemingly overflowing with criminals, and some of the most gruesome cases, recounted from the reports taken from the Wigan Observer and Wigan Examiner, occurred in the second half of the nineteenth century. Many of the cases are without motice or provocation.

Geoffrey Howse is well known for his books on South Yorkshire history. A specialist true crime author, Geoffrey has also published several books relating to London, including an A-Z of London Murder.

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