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Was looking forward to the change specially since it had been a while since I had read a true crime bookWhat uickly started off as an okay read began to turn downhill when I noticed that the author seemed to blame victims of abuse for not leaving their abusers and it left a foul taste in my mouth for the rest of the book Besides that fact the author seemed to repeat things He would mention activities that Bellfield had done and then repeated them later during the court section of the book and it was annoying rereading something you ve already readI ll admit this book was factual and it focused a lot on Bellfield but to have Milly Dowler s name on the cover not much is mentioned about her until nearly the It Hurts When I Poop! a Story for Children Who Are Scared to Use the Potty end of the book It opens with the victims which is always a bonus in myyes and then not much is mentioned until the courts bring them up which is such a shame because if this book was focused on the victims I feel like I would have Here With Me (Together enjoyed it but not much is known about the killings so they probably can t be but of a mention would be nice Intense readThis is a very intense read of an horrific murder and how two subseuent murders could of been avoided The court case is also covered in full I found this book very frustrating as a regular reader of true crime I could see that Geoffrey Wansell has clearly done a lot of research but to me this has been let down by the rushing out of the book after the Milly Dowler trial It seems to me that this left very little time for proof reading and further research that would have made the account credible As others have pointed out there are numerous grammatical and spellingrrors which are really unforgivable in publishing in this age of Double Deception (Code Name: Danger electronic media There are also some minor factualrrors Wicked Lies (Men of Summer, eg the author calls the 10 Rillington Place killer James Christie his name was John Reginald Halliday Christie Suchrrors could have been asily correctefd by a uick web search for information on this case so it tends to undermine some of the other research for the book That said this is still an interesting account of one of the most depraved killers in recent history and unfortunately at pr. Nt in Surrey's history got nowhere Only when nightclub bouncer and bare knuckle boxer Levi Bellfield was arrested for the murder of another young woman did it become clear to police that they had a serial killer on their handsThis is the full story of the murders the victims and the pain staking nine year investiga.
Very tough read but Geoffrey Wansell as an author has written it well A sad and shocking taleAt the time of the murder of Molly Dowler I was living just a few miles from where the body was found Therefore I remember her disappearance very cleary and the subseuent trial of Levi Bellfield The recent screening of the drama on ITV also reassembled my interestOverall I found that this was a very good book presenting the facts well It is asy to blame the partners of Levi Bellfield for not going to the police Georgia and the Tycoon earlier There are reviews saying that the author is doing just that In my view he does not do this just reporting what happened One thing which is clear is the hold that Bellfield had on his partners You can almost feel their fear of him which meant that the could not come forward orven defend themselves against himThe author does an Churchills Trial excellent job of showing what kind of man Bellfield was whilst trying to stay objective You can almost feel thevil on A Conspiracy of Ravens (Lady Trent Mysteries every page Particularly interesting are the revelations of what happened to Bellfield s first series girlfriendAnxcellent read but not for the faint hearted given the nature of the case AverageDon t normally read these type of books found it a bit repetitive and although plenty of detail still seemed to lack depth Second time I am giving this book a try I do think the writing is annoying He jumps all over the place I do not know this guy and what he xactly did but he jumps from then to the trial and suchIt is that I am so interested in the case otherwise I would have skipped If he would have written this in a chronological order this book would have been a good bookIt did anger me so much that a criminal a guy who has been proved to be a killer is allowed to torture his victim s parents during trialIt disgusts me that nowadays it is all about the criminal s human rights specially now with the European union and court but you do not hear them about the victim or their families rights The soul of a murderer is blind Albert Camus The OutsiderI had wanted to read this book for some time as reading a book about a case I have never heard of before is something I rarely do so On 23 Jun 2011 the convicted double murderer Levi Bellfield was found guilty of the murder of 13 year old school girl Milly DowlerMilly disappeared on her way home from school in Walton on Thames Surrey in 2002 Six months later her body was discovered many miles away A massive police investigation the largest manhu.
Esent there doesn t seem to be a better one out there The account is uite repetitive but does give a good outline of the cases concerned and Bellfield s history For my liking it was not in depth nough I have seen the In Pursuit of a Princess evidence against Bellfield presented convincinglylsewhere than here and I would have liked of an Second Time Loving examination of the pyschology of Bellfield as a killer than is given here Is motivation is touched on but not really backed up with an in depth analysis All in all if you are looking for an outline of the case and Bellfield s history then this does the job passably but if you are looking for an in depthxamination of the vidence against Bellfield or his criminal psychology then you will need to look lsewhere I am firmly convinced of Bellfield s guilt despite the lack of forensicDNA Dark Awakening evidence as the list of circumstantialvidence against him is too strong to be considered coincidence and when taken as a whole is compelling proof of his guilt but saying that I do not feel this account convinced me any further than I aready was when I commenced reading so to me it does not stand up to the test of a really strong true crime account Found it uite interesting as I remembered the disappearance of Milly Dowler but not her killers trial It s a decent account but is a bit repetitive and could have done with a bit copy Hawks Way (Hawks Way editing as there were uite a few missing words I don t mean to sound harsh but theditor of this book left an Family Men embarrassing number of spelling grammatical and factualrrors as well as Creative Participation errors of repetition to the point where I thought I had forgotten to turn the page The portrait of the killer comes through but the women around him less so the idea that he was charming and weaved a spell around them was repetitive and frankly does no service to the writer He took inexperienced teenage girls and brutalised them until they saw no way out which is hardly magic Nor does the shallow attribution of criminality to histhnic background however much the writer tries to distinguish between true gypsies and others If you are a fan of repetition and grammatical Sabina Spielrein errors on almostvery page then this is the book for yo. Tion and trial by police and prosecutors It tells of Bellfield's terrifying controlling personality a man who went from charming to monstrous in the blink of an ye and his depraved stalking of young womenIt is a terrifying portrait of the only man in modern British legal history to be given two whole life sentence.
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Geoffrey Wansell is a London based author and free lance journalist who now works principally for the Daily MailHe’s published twelve books including biographies of the movie star Cary Grant the business tycoon Sir James Goldsmith and the playwright Sir Terence Rattigan a book which was short listed for the Whitbread Prize as book of the yearGeoffrey Wansell is an experienced true crime aut