The Lost British Serial Killer

The Lost British Serial Killer Peter Tobin was already serving a life sentence for murder when he was charged with the murder of two young women Vicky Hamilton and Dina McNichol in November Both girls went missing in The

  • Title: The Lost British Serial Killer
  • Author: David Wilson
  • ISBN: 9780751542325
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Peter Tobin was already serving a life sentence for murder when he was charged with the murder of two young women Vicky Hamilton and Dina McNichol, in November 2007 Both girls went missing in 1991 Their bodies were discovered by police in 50 Irvine Drive, Margate where Tobin once lived In their new true crime investigation, Paul Harrison and Professor David Wilson ePeter Tobin was already serving a life sentence for murder when he was charged with the murder of two young women Vicky Hamilton and Dina McNichol, in November 2007 Both girls went missing in 1991 Their bodies were discovered by police in 50 Irvine Drive, Margate where Tobin once lived In their new true crime investigation, Paul Harrison and Professor David Wilson examine this shocking case, including full details of Tobin s trial But perhaps even importantly, they look into other similar cases around the country With developments in DNA testing, the police are coming closer and closer to solving a range of terrible and high profile murders There have been at least five major arrests in recent months, with further arrests sure to follow Harrison and Wilson investigate these cases, and ask how new DNA tests will change police investigations But they also ask whether this will be enough to stop murderers in the future, and whether there are larger forces at work in society that need to be addressed before we can stop people from killing again and again.

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    1. My interest in serial killers is growing, and I love reading about killers I haven't heard of, I guess that is what interested me about this book (that and the photographs, there's nothing like a book with photos of the killer, their victims and the locations) but the more I read this book, the more annoyed I got.The authors David Wilson and Paul Harrison seemed to get side tracked a lot, I recall they talked about the football (and how important it was in Glasgow in the 1960's) and about the st [...]

    2. An interesting theory, well researched, balanced, and compelling, but ultimately frustrated by a lack of comment by Tobin on any crime other than his last one, never mind the lack of any hard forensic evidence to connect him with the Bible John murders. Worth reading for the main author's insight into the psychology of such killers, his balanced view of how effective profiling really is in contributing to solving cold cases, and honesty in letting the reader decide if his theory is correct. Pers [...]

    3. Interesting if unpleasant. We love unsolved mysteries, and there is certainly enough food for thought here to wonder whether Peter Tobin can be identified with "Bible John" or not. In favour, the Glasgow connection, the apparent stopping of "Bible John"'s activities (coinciding with Peter Tobin's known absence from Glasgow and his imprisonment), various other circumstantial things. Against, lack of specific evidence, contradictions in eyewitness accounts, some differences in MO, some lack of cla [...]

    4. I was fascinated with the Tobin story from the moment it hit the headlines. Whilst stopping short of naming him as Bible John the book does point out the large number of comparisons between those murders and the ones Tobin was convicted of. Definitely, in my opinion, the definitive text on both Tobin and Bible John

    5. A really interesting, gripping true crime book. It was very factual and informative, but the authors did push their opinion on the reader a bit. I did enjoy it though, and would be interested to read more by these authors.

    6. I actually really enjoyed this i thought i'd hate it, but it was written really well and i quickly got into it, it was really interesting though sick in places

    7. Very interesting and had me really gripped Prof Wilson is a very clever guy. I have a lot of time and respect for him.

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