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One of Your Own Finally finished it this morning Not a quick read because I kept on flipping to the links and I mostly only read in bed which means only in the evening.For the first time I think I am going to point to someone else s review I think she said it all.Anastasia s Review Feel free to like I do want to say that I was so annoyed by those rich goodie 2 shoes who were always supporting Myra, financially and mentally but did not have any feelings or care for the victims families Just like Myra didn Finally finished it this morning Not a quick read because I kept on flipping to the links and I mostly only read in bed which means only in the evening.For the first time I think I am going to point to someone else s review I think she said it all.Anastasia s Review Feel free to like I do want to say that I was so annoyed by those rich goodie 2 shoes who were always supporting Myra, financially and mentally but did not have any feelings or care for the victims families Just like Myra didn t The first book I d read about the Moors Murders was Beyond belief by Emlyn Williams I think I gave that book a 5 no a 4 so the impact to this book was not as huge as it was to the linked reviewer I would give this book 4 stars.My Review of Beyond BeliefWeird way of punishing system and giving Jail Time in UK and The NetherlandsThinking about it my opinion is that who ever sets to purposely murder a child,as an adult, should be punish One Of Your Own The Life and Death of Myra Hindley I can well recommend to those who read the true crime genre To quote one of the book sleeve critics, Carol Ann Lee s work is as good a biography of Hindley as we re likely to get Sunday Times I would concur.Lee s book attempts an in depth study to attain answers to the questions of the hows and whys of the murderesses psychotic spree with partner in crime Ian Brady through the streets of Manchester in the early 1960 s The author also inv One Of Your Own The Life and Death of Myra Hindley I can well recommend to those who read the true crime genre To quote one of the book sleeve critics, Carol Ann Lee s work is as good a biography of Hindley as we re likely to get Sunday Times I would concur.Lee s book attempts an in depth study to attain answers to the questions of the hows and whys of the murderesses psychotic spree with partner in crime Ian Brady through the streets of Manchester in the early 1960 s The author also investigates Hindley s behind bars pronouncements that she had changed, felt remorse and had found God Were these statements genuine or On 15 November 2002, Myra Hindley Died In Prison, One Of The Few Women In The UK Whose Crimes Were Deemed So Indefensible That Life Really Did Mean Life Without A Doubt Britain S Most Notorious Murderess, Her Death Has Done Nothing To Diminish The Shadow She Casts Across Our Collective Consciousness This Book Presents A Study Of Hindley. Rather than submit a straight laced review of the book, to spice things up a bit I thought I d post an exchange that took place on another review website The author colleague of the most atrocious book related to the Moors case Face to Face with Evil criticised One of Your Own , which ironically is the best book available This diatribe contains my appraisals of the book, so may have some review properties I must point out that there is a backstory to my outburst the author of FTFWE labe Rather than submit a straight laced review of the book, to spice things up a bit I thought I d post an exchange that took place on another review website The author colleague of the most atrocious book related to the Moors case Face to Face with Evil criticised One of Your Own , which ironically is the best book available This diatribe contains my appraisals of the book, so may have some review properties I must point out that there is a backstory to my outburst the author of FTFWE labels all those who dislike his book as members of the Brady Fanclub , even the brother of one of the victims who was infuriated by his cash in attempt Moreover, as documented by his comments, his ego has been stoked that the grea I know Manchester well having lived there for a number of years with close friends and relatives related through marriage What strikes you about Mancunians is their tough northern yet always friendly approach, and their unique sense of loyalty and close family ties This was never greater than in the 1950 s and 60 s when money was poor, poverty was rife and yet those little communities of proud people living in back to back terraced houses looked after and supported each other always adherin I know Manchester well having lived there for a number of years with close friends and relatives related through marriage What strikes you about Mancunians is their tou A true crime book focused on Myra Hindley The author tries to delve into her mind and find out how she felt about the murders committed by Ian Brady and herself and to what extent her involvement in the murders went.Plenty of detail and well researched, this book chronicles her entire life, her relationship with Brady, the investigation and convictions and her time in prison This is my first Myra Hindley was probably the most reviled criminal from the twentieth century and definitely the most reviled female killer What emerges from this very well written and researched account of her life is a muchcomplex person than might be expected from a knowledge of the facts of the case Was she the instigator of the murders or was she Ian Brady s dupe The reader will not find the answer in this book though it provides information which may help people to make up their own minds.Myra h Myra Hindley was probably the most reviled criminal from the twentieth century and definitely the most reviled female killer What emerges from this very well written and researched account of her life is a muchcomplex person than might be expected from a knowledge of the facts of the case Was she the instigator of the murders or was she Ian Brady s dupe The reader will not find the answer in this book though it provides information which may help people to make up their own minds.Myra had a reasonably stable and loving childhood though she was bored at school and played truant a great deal of the Years after her death, and many years after the crimes that catapulted her to the heights of infamy, Myra Hindley continues to haunt us Who was she, really To what extent did she participate in the Moors Murders And above all, why To anyone who is interested in finding out the truth, One of Your Own is about as good a place to look as any Well researched and impartial, it attempts to recover something of the person behind the figurehead of female notoriety Great attention is paid to Hindley Years after her death, and many years after the crimes that catapulted her to the heights of infamy, Myra Hindley continues to haunt us Who was she, really To what extent did she participate in the Moors Murders And above all, why To anyone who is interested in finding out the truth, One of Your Own is about as good a place to look as any Well researched and impartial, it attempts to recover something of the person behind the figurehead of female notoriety Great attention is paid to Hindley s childhood, which was rough but not exceptional by the standards of working class Manchester in the 1940s and 50s, and to the strange dynamic of her relationship with Ian Brady The murders themselves are covered in detail, and may be distressing to some readers.We ll probably never know the exact truth behind the murders Hindley s account of her involvement and Brady s are often at odds, and neither of them were reliable Everyone seems to agree that Hindley played a secondary This is in fact a book that I read and reviewed two years ago on my blog I m adding it here in the light of the recent death of Winnie Johnson, the mother of Keith Bennett, who spent so many years trying to discover the body of her son I ve not long finished One of Your Own, The Life and Death of Myra Hindley by Carol Ann Lee At close on four hundred pages it s a detailed account of the life and crimes of one of the most infamous women in recent British history, but I read it over two days wi This is in fact a book that I read and reviewed two years ago on my blog I m adding it here in the light of the recent death of Winnie Johnson, the mother of Keith Bennett, who spent so many years trying to discover the body of her son I ve not long Although the book was 400 pages of small print, I read it all in a day,or less in one sitting It was gripping, to say the least I d never read a book on the Moors Murders though I d read plenty about it online and shorter pieces in other true crime books I think this is the only book anyone would have to read to get a thorough review of the case Myra is quite impenetrable but I think this author comes about as close as it s possible to go, to pull back all the masks and show her for w Although the book was 400 pages of small print, I read it all in a day,or less in one sitting It was gripping, to say the least I d never read a book on the Moors Murders though I d read plenty about it online and shorter pieces in other true crime books I think this is the only book anyone would have to read to get a thorough review of the case Myra is quite impenetrable but I think this author comes about as close as it s possible to go, to pull back all the masks and show her for who she really was Ian Brady is much easier to understand as a typical serial child killer, and one with a diagnosed mental illness.To use a comparison from the book, Myra reminds me a lot of the Nazi war criminals If she had never met Ian Brady, she probably would ha

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