The Law Killers

In The Law Killers Alexander examines some of the country's most fascinating and chilling cases and peels back the civilised layers of our society to reveal what lies beneath.

The Law Killers

Author: Alexander McGregor

Publisher: Black & White Publishing

ISBN: 1845027256

Page: 288

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True crime from Dundee, covering the most fascinating and shocking cases from the last century. Having reported on many of them first-hand, journalist Alexander McGregor has unique insight into the cases and his stories are as chilling as they are compelling. In The Law Killers Alexander examines some of the country's most fascinating and chilling cases and peels back the civilised layers of our society to reveal what lies beneath.

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