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The Clydach Murders: A Miscarriage of Justice

The Clydach Murders

ISBN 10 : 1781723923
ISBN 13 : 9781781723920

The lives of the Power family were taken in 1999: a mother, her two daughters and their grandmother. But was an innocent man, Dai Morris, wrongfully convicted of this horrific crim..

The Clydach Murders

ISBN 10 : 9781781723937
ISBN 13 : 1781723931

Is Dai Morris a brutal murderer or the victim of a terrible miscarriage of justice? Author and former solicitor John Morris investigates the Clydach murders, which occurred in 1999..

The Justice Gap

ISBN 10 : 1903307635
ISBN 13 : 9781903307632

The authors describe the origins and history of legal aid as well as New Labour's attempts to reform the system years on. They argue that on its 60th anniversary legal aid has fall..

Jack The Ripper

ISBN 10 : 1854115669
ISBN 13 : 9781854115669

The author presents his case that the infamous serial killer was a woman...

The Cardiff Five

ISBN 10 : 9781909976528
ISBN 13 : 1909976520

This fresh edition of Satish Sekar’s classic work brings events up to date as at 2017 and includes matters that the author was prevented from publishing sooner. Among other thing..

A Winter In Nepal

ISBN 10 : UOM:39015027770380
ISBN 13 :


Swansea Murders

ISBN 10 : 0752493078
ISBN 13 : 9780752493077

Swansea has a dangerous past. As a seaport, the town confronted the unknown on a daily basis. In this book, we explore the dark underbelly of South Wales; from the dirty, lawless d..

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