Biographical accounts of the lives and crimes of John George Haigh and John Reginald Halliday Christie, two WWII-era British serial killers. Written by the secretary to the King's Coroner, Lefebure's sources and journalism are impeccable. The stories include details available nowhere else.
PART ONE -- JOHN GEORGE HAIGH: A PORTRAIT
1 LITTLE GEORGE, ALIAS "CHING"
2 THE YOUNG MAN ABOUT TOWN: LEEDS
3 THE YOUNG MAN ABOUT TOWN: LONDON
4 "ALL FOR AN EASY LIFE"
5 JOHN GEORGE AND THE OLD LADIES
6 OLD CORPUS DELICTI
7 "AHA, GALL-STONES!"
8 "REASON TOTTERING ON ITS THRONE"?
9 HERO OF THE HOUR
10 "A VERY SIMPLE CASE"
11 WEEK-END WITH MUSIC
PART TWO -- JOHN REGINALD HALLIDAY CHRISTIE: A STUDY IN THE MACABRE
1 CLICHE EXISTENCE
2 THE HIMMLER OF RILLINGTON PLACE
3 WASTE NOT, WANT NOT
4 CHIEF WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION
5 THE LIMBO-LOST
6 RILLINGTON PLACE CALYPSO
7 OBJECTIVITY: A CASE WITH SIX BODIES; RECONSTRUCTION AND IDENTIFICATION
8 SUBJECTIVITY: "THE MORE THE MERRIER"
9 A MATTER OF SEMANTICS?
10 WHAT REALLY HAPPENED AT RILLINGTON PLACE?
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