Death in all its guises conjures up a range of human emotions.
If that death is caused by crime then these emotions are often better understood, but if that death has no explanation then they often become a source of unresolved anger.
In Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in and Around Rotherham we examine both sides of this emotional roller coaster.
From Victorian street crime, where murder for money was more commonplace and criminal trials often a lottery, to more modern murder where passion, jealousy, or social depravation brought unexpected violence to those involved.
From mysterious death to murder and manslaughter, the book is a fascinating insight into not only those whose lives are forever captured by the suffering they endured, but also into the society that moulded and shaped their lives.
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