Miscarriage of Justice: The Murder of Teresa de Simone by Fergus Mason
The murder was brutal--raped and strangled. The case was open and shut--a man had confessed to the murder, and he was easily convicted. There was a problem with the man's testimony, however...he was a pathological liar who had confessed to over 200 other crimes--many of which never happened.
For over 27 years, Sean Hodgson, the convicted murderer, sat in prison for a crime he didn't committ. The real killer, 17-year-old David Lace, had also confessed to the crime, but police didn't believe him.
This gripping short book takes the reader on the hunt for the real killer, and reveals the creation of Operation Iceberg--the operation that led to the DNA review of over 240 other convictions.