[[ Read ]] ➵ Catching a Serial Killer: My hunt for murderer Christopher Halliwell, subject of the ITV series A Confession Author Stephen Fulcher – Tactical-player.co.uk

Catching a Serial Killer: My hunt for murderer Christopher Halliwell, subject of the ITV series A Confession The True Story Behind The ITV Series, A ConfessionThe Gripping Allure Of Long Form Podcasts, Such As SerialObserver On The Evening Of Saturday, March , DS Stephen Fulcher Receives A Life Changing Call That Thrusts Him Into A Race Against The Clock To Save Missing Year Old Sian OCallaghan, Who Was Last Seen At A Nightclub In Swindon Steve Knows From Experience That He Has A Small Window Of Time To Find Sian Alive, But His Hopes Are Quickly Dashed When His Investigation Leads Him To Christopher Halliwell, A Cabbie With Sick Obsessions Following The Investigation As It Develops Hour By Hour, Steves Gripping Inside Story Of The Cat And Mouse Situation That Ensues Shows How He Hunted Down Halliwell His Number One Suspect Which Led Him To The Discovery Of Sians Body And Another Victim, Becky Godden Edwards, Who Had Been Missing Since The Murders Shocked The Nation And Halliwell Become One Of The Most Hated Men In Britain Since Then, He Has Been Linked To Several Murders And Disappearances, And Has Been Called Sick In The Head By An Ex Cellmate For His Unrelenting Hatred Of Women Catching A Serial Killer Is A Thrilling, Devastating And Absorbing Look At A Real Life Murder Case And Potentially One Of The UKs Most Prolific Serial Killers


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5 thoughts on “Catching a Serial Killer: My hunt for murderer Christopher Halliwell, subject of the ITV series A Confession

  1. says:

    I m a man in my sixties, and this afternoon I ve cried for the first time since I was twelve.I opened this book yesterday morning, and have just finished it this evening, unable to put it down except when forced to by the need to eat or sleep The tears weren t the main thing though They lasted a few minutes, brought on by the description of one victim s mother buying Christmas and bir


  2. says:

    An excellent book that describes in great detail the investigation by Stephen Fulcher and his team into the murder of Sian O Callaghan, capture of Christopher Halliwell, obtaining his confession for the murder of Becky Godden and the aftermath.It is very well written, not too procedural and leaves the reader with no doubt that Stephen Fulcher was thrown under the bus by his superiors I find it


  3. says:

    I really love crime fiction and this is the first real crime account that I have read I found it very hard to put Stephen Fulchers book down once started It is so unbelievable how badly he was treated by Wiltshire police He comes across so dedicated and caring for the victims and their families and it made me so angry that he and his immediate colleagues were left hung out to dry by our disgraceful leg


  4. says:

    This story reads like a thriller as it recounts the investigation into and ultimate incarceration of Chris Halliwell, taxi driver from Swindon, who was found responsible for the murder of Sian O Callaghan and Becky Godden Edwards As an employee of Her Majesty s Courts Service I was fascinated to follow the chase to find the killer in the hands of SIO Stephen Fulcher The narrative and events that occur lead to t


  5. says:

    A very gripping read which leaves you wanting action to be taken this cannot be the end for those families who still have daughters missing An extraordinarily brave account.


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