N.E.L THE BLACK PANTHER STORY.

£18.50

The Black Panther Story: The most expensive murder hunt in Britain.

 

Steven Valentine, New English Library Ltd Original Publication, August 1976 paperback. First Edition,


Nel Books are published by
New English Library Limited from Barnard's Inn, Holborn, London EC1N 2JR.
Made and printed in Great Britain by Hunt Barnard Printing Ltd., Aylesbury, Bucks.

 

The Blurb on the Back:

 

THE VICIOUS SHOTGUN KILLING OF A YORKSHIRE SUB-POSTMASTER WAS THE OPENING SHOT IN THE BLACK PANTHER'S ONE-MAN WAR AGAINST SOCIETY.

 

The Panther's criminal career reached its horrific crescend when, in a blaze of nationwide publicity, he was linked to the kidnapping of Lesley Whittle.

 

The murder hunt that followed was the most expensive ever mounted in Britain. A price of £25,000 was put on the Black Panther's head, the largest reward ever offered for the capture and conviction of a killer in this coutry.

 

This is the story of the most complex hunt ever undertaken - and it nearly failed.

 

 

Condition; Good some creasing on front and back cover, yellowing on page edges.


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