PI Daniel Morgan was murdered with an axe to the head in a car park on March 10, 1987. After five failed police investigations and an ongoing inquiry, Daniel's murder is now the most investigated in British history—yet remains unsolved. Intrinsically connected to the murky relationship between press and police, Daniel's death can even be linked to the phone hacking scandal that closed the News of the World. This book uncovers new evidence in what an Assistant Commissioner of the Met calls "one of the most disgraceful episodes in the entire history of the Metropolitan Police Service."
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About the Author
Alastair Morgan works as a translator, but most of the last 30 years have been spent pursuing justice for his younger brother. Peter Jukes has written for the Emmy award-winning Waking the Dead and Inspector Lynley Mysteries. He has written regularly for Newsweek, Daily Beast, Politico, and New Republic. They are the team behind the podcast Untold: The Daniel Morgan Murder.