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No Final Solution Paperback – 10 July 1995


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  • Paperback : 192 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0006384145
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0006384144
  • Publisher : HarperCollins; New edition (10 July 1995)
  • Language: : English

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‘SOMEONE OUT THERE KNOWS THE TRUTH. KILLERS SELDOM WORK IN A VACUUM. SOMEONE KNOWS OR SUSPECTS SOMETHING…’

There are countless unsolved cases which have baffled Scottish detectives over the years and still remain on police books. From the mother and child who vanished off a busy road one winter’s night, leaving behind a burnt-out BMW, to the forgotten, untraced serial killer, and the man whose car seemingly spun off the road and crashed, but who was found with a bullet through his head – these and many other cases await perhaps one vital clue that could lead to the identification of the killer. 'No Final Solution' is a gripping collection of true Scottish crime cases which, despite the best efforts of modern forensic science and lengthy investigations, have so far eluded all efforts to find an answer.

Glasgow journalist Douglas Skelton is the author of 'Blood on the Thistle: A Casebook of Scottish Murder' and with Lisa Brownlie, 'Frightener: the Glasgow Ice-Cream Wars'