This is a detailed account and investigation into one of the most famous murder cases of the 1980s. On 8th August 1985 the press reported the killing of June and Nevill Bamber, a middle-aged farming couple, and their twin grandsons by their adopted daughter, Sheila, who had apparently killed them all and then committed suicide. One year later the Bamber's adopted son Jeremy was convicted of all their murders and sentenced to life. This book investigates.
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Roger Wilkes is a British journalist and author of three true crime books. He has worked mainly for the BBC in both radio and television, covering major crime stories such as the Jeremy Bamber mystery, the Bulger murder case and the crimes of Fred and Rosemary West.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0140242007