The Railway Policeman s Casebook

The DS and a detective constable of the Serious Crimes Squad met the informant, who told them that the gang comprised of three men; one was called John Edward Grannell, but he only knew the first names of other two, Andy and Des, ...

The Railway Policeman s Casebook

Richard Stacpoole-Ryding looks back on the history of crime on Britain's railways.

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