Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Leeds' is a collection of detailed accounts of foul deeds, usually murders, in the Leeds region during the period 1807-1926. The time period of 'Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Leeds' becomes a constant backdrop to the crimes committed. Many lived in cramped and over populated conditions. These appalling situations influenced some of the most notorious local crimes, which commanded the headlines at the time. 'Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Leeds' captivates crimes of passion in stark contrast to the seemingly calculated murders of Mary Bateman, known as the 'Yorkshire Witch'. The detailed approach to these individual cases tells us much about the people involved and how their lives were dramatically altered. Take a journey into the darker and unknown side of your area as you read 'Foul Deeds and Suspicious Deaths in Leeds'.
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About the Author
David Goodman was born in Hull. He has worked through school and college to finally gain a BA (Hons) in Organisation Studies. David started his career in social work before completing a course in newspaper journalism. Being editor for various papers and summarising editor at Clipability, David now works as an editorial officer at West Yorkshire Archive Service. He also runs a focus group for the FA Premier League. This will be David's second publication with Wharncliffe Books as he was also the editor for Aspects of Hull (1999).