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  • ColdCaseJury
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    Actually, I now prefer e-books (on a Kindle): ability to search, look up a word meaning (even!) etc. With Roope you will get a good account of the case, but little exploration of the different theories and arguments.

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    I’ve ordered the Roope book as it seemed the only one available at the moment. I prefer to wait for the hard copy of your book as I just prefer ‘real’ books but if I’m hooked by the time I get my pad back I might end up getting the ebook. I had a read through of the case online but I hate trying to read lots of text on a phone. It sounds an interesting one. I hope it’s as easy to solve as the Wallace case.

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  • ColdCaseJury
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    Hi Herlock, I'm well thanks. And you? Yes, Poisoned is a great case. And you were correct in thinking that a majority decision would be achieved - although it is still early days. I think the Shark Arm is another gripping case, but I believe it may be like Wallace in that the evidence is ambivalent and can be interpreted in very different ways. But I look forward to hearing your thoughts on it - I'm sure you will see one or two things that I have missed!

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  • Herlock Sholmes
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    Originally posted by ColdCaseJury View Post
    A long absence from these forums, largely due to publishing two more Cold Case Jury books this year - Poisoned at The Priory (Charles Bravo case, 1876) and The Shark Arm Mystery (The Shark Arm case from Australia, 1935) - e-book available immediately world wide, paperback published on 20 May 2021. I will be fascinated to hear anybody's view on the Shark Arm case. There have been two books published on the case this year, including mine, although I believe I'm the first author outside of Australia to have written about it.

    There are many factors that make an interesting cold case, but I believe the narrative and sequence of events in the Shark Arm case makes one of the most interesting murder stories of the 20th century. If you disagree, let me know. I'm always looking out for the next Cold Case Jury murder! AMB
    Hello Antony, I hope you’re well?

    Poisoned At The Priory was excellent and you already know that I agree with your verdict on that one. I look forward to the Shark Arm Case book.

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    Shark Arm Case

    A long absence from these forums, largely due to publishing two more Cold Case Jury books this year - Poisoned at The Priory (Charles Bravo case, 1876) and The Shark Arm Mystery (The Shark Arm case from Australia, 1935) - e-book available immediately world wide, paperback published on 20 May 2021. I will be fascinated to hear anybody's view on the Shark Arm case. There have been two books published on the case this year, including mine, although I believe I'm the first author outside of Australia to have written about it.

    There are many factors that make an interesting cold case, but I believe the narrative and sequence of events in the Shark Arm case makes one of the most interesting murder stories of the 20th century. If you disagree, let me know. I'm always looking out for the next Cold Case Jury murder! AMB
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