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by Tom Kenny

Download Who murdered Doctor Wardell of Petersham?: An historical tragedy, eBook
ISBN:
0959975306
Author:
Tom Kenny
Language:
English
Publisher:
T. M. Kenny [30 Gannon Street] (1971)
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An historical tragedy.

Kenny, Tom. Who murdered Doctor Wardell of Petersham? Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. An historical tragedy. by Kenny, Tom. Published 1971 by T. M. Kenny in . Written in English. Case studies, Murder. Limited ed. of 250 numbered copies, signed by the author. No. 210. Classifications. A83 S94. The Physical Object.

Carol Wardell (née Heslop) was a 39-year-old building society manager from Meriden in the West Midlands of England. On the morning of Monday 12 September 1994 her body was discovered by a passing motorist on a grass verge on Weddington Road (the A444) just north of Nuneaton in the Warwickshire countryside. Following the discovery, detectives went to Carol Wardell's home and found her husband Gordon Wardell bound and gagged and in a state of distress.

This book is a second Doctor Who novel, published by BBC. The Doctor, Ben and Polly land on a space station/hotel and get involved in a supposedly harmless Murder Game. But there is more to this "game" than previously thought

This book is a second Doctor Who novel, published by BBC. But there is more to this "game" than previously thought. People actually die, and the Doctor has to find the culpret.

BBC Books is the publisher of choice for titles relating to BBC programmes and personalities. This book served as a great reminder of all the fun historical adventures the Doctor has had over the years. One of the UK’s leading non-fiction imprints, BBC Books has had particular success in the food and drink, gardening, history, natural history and travel genres. Amongst our authors are some of Britain’s best-known and best-loved TV personalities including Mary Berry, David Attenborough, Alan Titchmarsh and Rick Stein. I could definitely hear Peter Capaldi's voice as I read through the 12th Doctor's annotations.

A calculating church warden has been jailed for life, with a minimum term of 36 years, for murdering a university lecturer after a campaign of physical and mental torture

A calculating church warden has been jailed for life, with a minimum term of 36 years, for murdering a university lecturer after a campaign of physical and mental torture. Benjamin Field, 28, was found guilty at Oxford Crown Court in August for the murder of Peter Farquhar, 69, in the village of Maids Moreton, Buckinghamshire. Mr Field's co-accused, magician Martyn Smith, 32, was found not guilty

We hear all the time in the news how men are the main violators; then there is the shock when a woman harms a child, as they are seen as the nurturers, the carers.

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On one level, An American Tragedy is the story of the corruption and destruction of one man, Clyde Griffiths .

On one level, An American Tragedy is the story of the corruption and destruction of one man, Clyde Griffiths, who forfeits his life in desperate pursuit of success. On a deeper, more profound level, the novel represents a massive portrayal of the society whose values both shape Clyde's tawdry ambitions and seal his fate: It is an unsurpassed depiction of the harsh realities of American life and of the dark side of the American Dream. Based on an actual crime case, An American Tragedy was the inspiration for the film A Place in the Sun, winner of six Academy Awards, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift.

In Shakespeare's tragedies, the main protagonist has a flaw that leads to his (and/or her) downfall. There are both internal and external struggles and often a bit of the supernatural thrown in for good measure (and tension)

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