Hanratty - The Inconvenient Truth

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Razen applies his inimitable brand of logic to the 1961 A6 Murder case. He is highly speculative, but convincingly so, in his attempt to rationalise all of the important evidence in the light of the 2001 DNA profiling result. In essence, it manages to close the case against Hanratty to any reasonable extent. This is a relatively concise contribution – supplementary, rather than definitive. More

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Review by: vivascarlett on July 10, 2014 :
As the previous reviewer wrote; this is a book with a balanced presentation of the subject; the author acknowledges the efforts made by various people and groups that believe Hanratty was innocent, but the DNA evidence apparently is conclusive. I found this book to be very well-written, educational and interesting. Not too long; it was easily read in a few hours.
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Review by: John Wohlscheid on June 20, 2014 :
In this book, Mr. Razen attempts to discuss the A6 Murder with bias. He seems to feel favorable towards Hanratty, but does not fail to notice problems both with Hanratty's alibi and his defense. Overall, I thiNk this is a good book for people to read to get a balance presintation of the subject matter. If you are interested in true crime and British criminal justice, then this is the book for you.

However, I would recommend that Mr. Razen get a better cover if he hopes to sell very many e-books. If I was using my iPod to browse books on iTunes, I would pass on this book because the cover is hard to read.
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