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SPOILER ALERT If you never heard or read anything about the Moors Murders, there will be spoilers.Brady and Hindley Genesis of the Moors MurdersThis is my first book about the Moors Murders, another reviewer said this book did not have much about the murders and that was a disappointment, because he didn t know much about them, seriously though, if you don t know anything about Ian and Myra, can you really call yourself a TC fan As the title says, this book isabout how Ian Brady became a SPOILER ALERT If you never heard or read anything about the Moors Murders, there will be spoilers.Brady and Hindley Genesis of the Moors MurdersThis is my first book about the Moors Murders, another reviewer said this book did not have much about the murders and that was a disappointment, because he didn t know much about them, seriously though, if you don t know anything about Ian and Myra, can you really call yourself a TC fan As the title says, this book isabout how Ian Brady became a murderer and how he groomed Myra into being his accomplice view spoiler It also shows how he also groomed David Smith, groomed is in quote marks because we all know, or should know what happened when Ian tried to initiate David into his little club hide spoiler In all, I would give this book 4 stars because it is exactly as the title says I don t really know how to describe it, but this book sort of passed me by a little bit Feels shallow, brief and rushed, rather than the comprehensive work I had hoped for Be warned also, that you only really take anything from the book if you already have detailed knowledge of the moors murderers this islike a thesis on the psychology of Ian Brady than an account of what happened. I read a lot of true crime, particularly older crimes, and the description for this one intrigued me It s not quite what I expected, though, and consequently was not nearly as engaging as it could have been I knew virtually nothing about this case before reading this book If, like me, you know nothing about these killers or the murders, you might want to read somethinginformative first The author jumps in as if all his readers are familiar with the circumstances and the people involved I read a lot of true crime, particularly older crimes, and the description for this one intrigued me It s not quite what I expected, though, and consequently was not nearly as engaging as it could have been I knew virtually nothing about this case before reading this book If, like me, you know nothing about these killers or the murders, you might want to read somethinginformative first The author jumps in as if all his readers are familiar with the circumstances and the people involved I was lost throughout a good portion of the book We re given detail on a variety of people who were friends with or acquaintances of Brady and or Hindley, without much reference as to why or if they matter At one point, I even have a note in the text on my Kindle that reads, Who are these people The author doesn t give much detail at all about the murders or the investigation Even Brady and Hindley s relationship isn t all that clear I still don t understand how or why an otherwise normal young woman would suddenly team up with a killer Much of the focus here, as far as the case is concerned, is Brady s relationship with or fixation on a young man called David Smith, as well as David Smith s background, life, and involvement The title and description do not reflect the actual content, since Hindley isa third party in this respect We jump rather quickly into Brady and Hindley s arrest, at which time Hindley mostly disappears from our viewpoint and the author takes us through his interviews and research Here, I thought we had too much author interference We get the author s opinion and feelings about why and how he pursued this, about his eventual meetings with Hindley, about what he was told, and about what he did with that information Despite the author s closeness to Hindley, I felt removed from it all, as if the author becameof the focus than Hindley himself This part readslike a memoir than a true crime book.I think this would be an interesting addendum to athorough book covering this case But if you know little or nothing about the murders, you still won t know much when you finish You will, however, know a lot about a man named David Smith I was provided with an ebook copy by the publisher, via NetGalley, in exchange for my honest review Without sensationalising the whole moors murders too much, Fred Harrison manages to provide an intelligent and thought provoking account of what happended within the life and crimes of this murderous couple At no point in the book does he delve into particularly graffic and unnecessary detail, but manages to still bring home the harrowing truth of the murders His approach to the subject matter produces an indepth pschological viewpoint with his past present accounts of the couple Fred Har Without sensationalising the whole moors murders too much, Fred Harrison manages to provide an intelligent and thought provoking account of what happended within the life and crimes of this murderous couple At no point in the book does he delve into particularly graffic and unnecessary detail, but manages to still bring home the harrowing truth of the murders His approach to the subject matter produces an indepth pschological viewpoint with his past present accounts of the couple Fred Harrison has managed to produce a piece of important documentation of one of true crimes most disturbing cases without compromising his ability to stay focused on what he wishes to achieve from the book I would recommended it to anyone interested in the Moors murders Brady Hindley Genesis of the Moors Murders by Fred Harrison is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April.This story is curiously short, morbid one from the get go, it s not apparent that Harrison takes the position as a first person narrator, but he gradually explains that he s a prison counselor to Brady and that this book is an account of both Brady and Hindley s lives and the deaths of their victims Harrison s slightly tabloid, slightly cautionary writing style has to be informed Brady Hindley Genesis of the Moors Murders by Fred Harrison is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in late April.This story is curiously short, morbid one from the get go, it s not apparent that Harrison takes the position as a first person narrator, but he gradually explains that he s a prison counselor to Brady and that this book is an account of both Brady and Hindley s lives and the deaths of their victims Harrison s slightly tabloid, slightly cautionary writing style has to be informed by some archival research, since Brady s direct printed dialogue is cryptic and vague, plus he makes references to assumed diagnoses and Latin physiomedical terms Review BRADY AND HINDLEY GENESIS OF THE MOOR MURDERS by Fred HarrisonMore than six decades ago, a young man of Scottish birth, exiled to Manchester, in whom sociopathic tendencies already flowered, met a girl from Gorton at his workplace He couldn t love her forever after he referred to her as the girl , but he did perceive a kindred soul She chauffeured him, he introduced her to pantheism and to the force he selfishly served, The Face of Death They were Ian Stewart Brady and Myra Hindl Review BRADY AND HINDLEY GENESIS OF THE MOOR MURDERS by Fred HarrisonMore than six decades ago, a young man of Scottish birth, exiled to Manchester, in whom sociopathic tendencies already flowered, met a girl from Gorton at his workplace He couldn t love her forever after he referred to her as the girl , but he did perceive a kindred soul She chauffeured him, he introduced her to pantheism and to the force he selfishly served, The Face of Death They were Ian Stewart Brady and Myra Hindley, and they were killers They are also icons of evil.Author Fred Harrison, a journalist and economist, repeatedly interviewed Brady in the 1980 s His account, originally published in 1986, is here updated with a new introduction This book is not pleasure reading, but I think its narrative is significant in terms of history and criminal psychology You can call them psychopaths You can call them crazy Still after all these years you can t make sense of their behaviour What brought a young couple to commit such gruesome murders will probably remain beyond rational comprehension.Great read.Readon The Serial Reader Blog You can call them psychopaths You can call them crazy Still after all these years you can t make sense of their behaviour What brought a young couple to commit such gruesome murders will probably remain beyond rational comprehension.Great read.Readon The Serial Reader Blog *Free Pdf ↠ Brady and Hindley: Genesis of the Moors Murders ⇙ The Moors murders were carried out by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley between Julyand October , in and around what is now Greater Manchester, England The victims were five children aged betweenandPauline Reade, John Kilbride, Keith Bennett, Lesley Ann Downey and Edward Evans at least four of whom were sexually assaulted The murders are so named because two of the victims were discovered in graves dug on Saddleworth Moor, with a third grave also being discovered there in , overyears after Brady and Hindley s trial inThe body of a fourth victim, Keith Bennett, is also suspected to be buried there, but despite repeated searches it remains undiscoveredThe police were initially aware of only three killings, those of Edward Evans, Lesley Ann Downey and John Kilbride The investigation was reopened in , after Brady was reported in the press as having confessed to the murders of Pauline Reade and Keith Bennett Brady and Hindley were taken separately to Saddleworth Moor to assist the police in their search for the graves, both by then having confessed to the additional murders Born,bred and still living on The Moors , scene of the most vividly shocking murders in modern times in Britain.Ian Brady, the psychotic psychopath and his blond haired moll Myra Hindley freaked the nation in the 1960 s as their crimes came to light. A good addition to the Moors Murderers bookshelf Tells you the continuing story of Ian and Myra and the children they may have killed, if you can believe anything those two say.