Move to Murder is the third book in the Cold Case
Jury Collection This Time Collection This time the the reader to be cold case jury member looking into the murder of Julia Wallace in Liverpool in 1931 which has to be one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of all timeIn brief a telephone call was received at the Liverpool Central Chess Club asking for a message to be assed on to Mr William Wallace I m the author so my rating is biased However the Wallace murder is a five star cold case Did William Wallace kill his wife Julia after setting up a devilishly clever alibi I m still hopeful that the Cold Case Jury will deliver a clear result but at the time of writing readers are hopelessly split three verdicts out of five are each commanding about 30% support see the Cold Case Jury website for Thank you to everyone who has read Move to Murder and delivered their verdict AMB Love a good murder mystery Then look no further This is an enthralling story that will captivate you from the beginning and have you on the case of murder most foulGet ready to dive in and enjoy this fabulous who dun it I could not ut this one down Loved it Read through and make your determination on who the killer Is Move To Murder Move to Murder a fascinating true crime book It is well written and researched I enjoyed the book I love true crime and any tv drama featuring crime and murder and so this book was erfect for me It s a fascinating unsolved murder which although does not have many suspects still has so many answered uestions the oor woman unfortunately is never likely to get justice because the evidence wasn t collected or was lost The book allows us all to make up our own opinions and be the jury for this story Keen to make some commission insurance agent William Wallace makes the journey across Liverpool to meet the mysterious Mr ualtrough who has sent a message intimating that he would like to do some business Meanwhile back in Anfield his wife Julia is being bludgeoned to death at her own home by an unknown assailant With the olice c Liverpool 1931 A telephone message is left for insurance agent William Wallace at his chess club informing him that a Mr ualtrough would like to meet him concerning an endowment Emotions And Understanding policy But following the instructions the next evening Wallace finds the address he s been given doesn t exist Returning home he discovers his wife Julia has been battered to death The murder of Julia Wallace at 29 Wolverton Street on 20th January 1931 is one of the mostuzzling cases in British history It has remained unsolved due to the lack of solid evidence but in this new exploration of the case Antony M Brown examines trial transcripts La Nacion Como Problema Los Historiadores Y La Cuestion Nacional police reports witness statements androsecution files to explore every aspect of the case Taking the evidence of the telephone call as one of the key elements in the murder the author traces the movements of each of the Singapore Math Practice Level 6a Grade 7 players involved and looks at who had the opportunity to make that call and why Using detailed mapshotos and street Singapore Math Practice Level 5a Grade 6 plans he arrives at fiveossible conclusions But which one is right In a new twist on every true crime reader s wet dream the author invites readers to cast their own online vote as a member of the cold case. A telephone message is left at a chess club instructing one of its members insurance agent William Wallace to meet a Mr ualtrough But the address given by the mystery caller does not exist so Wallace returns home only to find his wife Julia has been bludgeone. ,
Jury A meticulously researched and thoroughly absorbing book that will thrill true crime readers everywhere I have read several books about the murder of Julia Wallace In my opinion this one is the best as it Singapore Math Practice Level 5b Grade 6 provides the most convincing solution to the mystery When a woman is found dead the firstotential suspects for the Sugar Secrets Luck police areartners and ex Sugar Secrets Love partners This is because they are statistically to blame for a lot of these types of deaths Things get a lot complicated when thoseeople have an alibi or are ruled out some other way This case is a strange one like that Julia Wallace is found dead at home by her husband who has just come in from a failed trip to meet a business client It would be the first thing to uestion for the De Maagd En De Neger 2 Leentje En Sofie police when did she die and was Wallace away from the house And if he was who else had a motive and opportunity to kill her Its 1931 years before CCTV and all theeople involved now dead where Antony Brown Tammy Wynette picks up the storyresenting it for the reader almost in the form of a criminal case in the courts The reader is The Good And Faithful Servant presented with statements and analysis originalhotos and maps ready to come to a Balthazar personal conclusion and register it on coldcasejurycom which I avoided going on until I had read the entire book and hadondered my choice Sadly there is no way to definitely Kristen S Fairy House prove or disproveeople given the information that still remains and there is definite reasonably doubt involved but you are given the opportunity to express your feelings of what you think most likely This kind of interactive reading was new and fun for me and I was interested to see the statistics of what other readers before me had said I like the idea that Billie And The Parent Plan people can share ideas and theories and debate the issues The book is written clearly and factually with little obvious or subtle bias which is great if you re interested in jury work or love a good mystery that can t uite be solved I think I do this with any kind of case like this but it s nice to have a feeling you can have a sayublically The writing allows the reader to learn about England at the time and uestioning their thoughts about the guilty Luce S Big Mistake person orersons The writing is engaging and I felt by the end that I had a fairly solid icture of what I believed went on Brown tries different theories in various ways to help you decideShort of some new evidence I don t think this case will ever be fully solved now The distance from the date of the crime gives you the chance to think about it logically rather than emotionally which helps in a jury setting I really enjoyed this book even though I thought the cover was a bit sensationalist and found the way it was set out a
Welcome Change From Other Bookschange from other books the true crime genre It s fairly short and the ages turn uickly good fun for an afternoon of crime solving I honestly can t recall when I first came to hear about this historical true crime which seemed to have all the elements of a fiction far removed from the mundane murders where the motive opportunity and means soon become relatively clear but it was many years ago I hadn t however read any books on the matter although there have been than a few written and was keen to learn Antony M Brown has. D to death The case turns on the telephone call Who made it The Introduction To Epilepsy police thought it was Wallace creating an alibi that might have come straight from an Agatha Christie thriller Others believe Wallace innocent but disagree on the identity of the murderer This Co. Devised an interesting concept with theublishers Mirror BooksCold Case Jury is a uniue collection of true crime mysteries Each one tells the story of an unsolved historic murder in an evocative and compelling way It tells the story dramatically like a historical novel exposes the strengths and weaknesses of ast theories and allows the readers to make their judgement on what most likely happened Although each book is erfectly self contained
The Author Providing His View At The End Readers Areauthor Le Ciel Br Le Tentative De Jalousie providing his view at the end readers are to deliver their verdicts on this website making these the first truly interactive crime tales Beautifullyresented with uniuely illustrated covers they also contain historic documents map and images some unpublished before For lovers of The Homecoming puzzles mysteries and crime stories this new collection of Cold Case Jury books will not only bring a murder story to life it will make youart of itAnd this is one of the mysteries and I for one couldn t resist the opportunity to sit on the jury from the comfort of my own house although I have to confess voting for my chosen suspect did feel than a little odd to say the least I m not sure whether choosing a murderer albeit one that is dead should be on a ar with voting for your favourite contestant on a reality showFor those who haven t come across this True Crime The Facts crime the facts have uzzled many over the years are as followsOn 20 January 1931 Mrs Julia Wallace was found murdered inside her home in Liverpool she d been bludgeoned to deathHer husband William had found her body on his return from a fruitless client meeting as his job as an Insurance Agent for the Prudential Insurance as he d been unable to open the day at the first try his neighbours who he d if they knew why were soon to the sceneThe real mystery seemed to be who was the Mr ualtrough d left a message at the chess club he d attended the evening before This was the man William Wallace had set out to meet but not only did Mr ualtrough appear not to exist nor did the address 25 Menlove Gardens East This fact was unknown to William Wallace and everyone he asked for assistance directed him to similar addresses located in one area of LiverpoolThe unsolvable Too Long A Solitude part of the mystery is if the crime was committed by the most obvious suspect the husband then who made thehone call to the chess club and left the message for William Wallace And how could he kill her when he was tramping the streets looking for Mr ualtrough If someone had lured him away then what was there motiveThe author lays out the facts those discovered by the From Hitler Youth To American Soldier police at the time the contemporary records of the trial of William Wallace and the unusual decision to free him on appeal due to lack of evidence He also includes information that has come to light after the death of some of the keylayers This is all set out well and at the end we are given various suspects and how likely our author believes them to be viable he also lays his own hat down with his referred scenarioThis was a book that I would classify as factual true crime which was enjoyable for the lack of drama and sensationalism alone This was the third in this series of books which are also featured on the Cold Case Jury website. Ld Case Jury book recreates the unsolved crime in an evocative and compelling way resents fresh evidence exposes the strengths and weaknesses of Eating Your Heart Out past evidence and then asks the reader to decide what happened in one of the most celebrated cold cases of all ti.