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Cromwell Street Murders Reading Cromwell Street Murders By John Bennett Undercostruction.eu November 2005 Marks The Tenth Anniversary Of The Conviction Of Rose West, Currently Serving Ten Life Sentences For Her Part In The Cromwell Street Murders This Book Tells For The First Time The Story From A Police Perspective For Ten Years, The Officer In Charge Of The Investigation, Detective Superintendent John Bennett QPM, Has Refused To Tell His Story Now, Together With BBC Journalist Graham Gardner, He Reveals The Full Story Of How The West S Were Caught, How The Case Was Prepared And How It Nearly Failed To Come To Court This Book Chronicles The Roles Of Those Who Brought Down Two Of Britain S Most Infamous Killers, Shedding Light On The Real Heroes Of One Of The Saddest Chapters Of Criminal History It Explores The Court Processes, The Complications Of Rose West S Trial, Her Unsuccessful Appeal And The Difficulty Of Dealing With Witnesses In Such A Traumatic Case On One Level, This Is A Story Of The Triumph Of Good Over Evil On Another It Is A Detailed Documentation Of How A Murder Investigation Really Works The Pressures, The Commitment And The Physical And Emotional Drain On Those Who Carry Out This Work. This is the story of the West investigation from the point of view of Detective Superintendent John Bennett who led the investigation, although it s told rather awkwardly in third person by BBC journalist Graham Gardner.This is not the book for anyone who wants a sensational, lurid read The prose style is pedestrian, the facts presented with few embellishments What it provides is a fascinating insight into how the police investigated a truly horrific series of crimes and how they finally got the

About the Author: John Bennett

John Bennett May 14, 1865 December 28, 1956 wrote and illustrated children s books He was born in Chillicothe, Ohio He wrote The Pigtail of Ah Lee Ben Loo with Seventeen other Laughable Tales and 200 Comical Silhouettes, which won the Newbery Honor in 1929.

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