You've seen Manhunt, now read Geoffrey Wansell's chilling portrait of notorious serial killer Levi Bellfield- the only man in modern British legal history to be given two whole-life sentences.
On 23 Jun 2011 the convicted double-murderer Levi Bellfield was found guilty of the murder of 13-year-old school girl Milly Dowler.
Milly disappeared on her way home from school in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey in 2002. Six months later her body was discovered many miles away. A massive police investigation, the largest manhunt in Surrey's history, got nowhere. Only when nightclub bouncer and bare-knuckle boxer Levi Bellfield was arrested for the murder of another young woman did it become clear to police that they had a serial killer on their hands.
This is the full story of the murders, the victims and the pain-staking nine-year investigation and trial by police and prosecutors. It tells of Bellfield's terrifying, controlling personality - a man who went from charming to monstrous in the blink of an eye - and his depraved stalking of young women.
Geoffrey Wansell has been acknowledged as one of Britain's leading authorities on serial killers. He was short-listed for the Whitbread Prize (now the Costa Book Award) for his biography of Terence Rattigan, and was appointed by the Official Solicitor to the Supreme Court to write the biography of Gloucester-based serial killer Frederick West.
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About the Author
Geoffrey Wansell is an award-winning freelance journalist who works principally for the Daily Mail. He has written ten books on a variety of subjects and is the official historian for the Garrick Club. Wansell was the authorised biographer of the Gloucester-based serial killer Frederick West, having been appointed to the role by the Official Solicitor to the Supreme Court, as a result he has been acknowledged as one of Britain's leading authorities on serial murderers. He was short-listed for the Whitbread Prize (now the Costa Book Award) for his biography of Terence Rattigan. He lives in London.
Geoffrey Wansell has observed lifers, often up close and very personal for over twenty years. In this chilling yet fascinating book, he looks for answers, and in the process reveals shocking insights into the foulest crimes known to mankind.