|18th September 2024|
Alhambra Theatre Dunfermline
33 Canmore Street, Dunfermline KY12 7NX
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Home Sweet Home; home is where the heart is; the best journey we can ever take is to go home. But, whether you are a man or a woman, home is also the most common site for murder.
Join the UK’s leading criminologist Professor David Wilson, author of the fascinating new book 'Murder At Home' as he explores how, for so many victims, their safest space is the place they are most in danger. Delving into infamous as well as lesser-known cases, this examination of how murderers have used different rooms in a house is perfect for fans of 'The Dark Side of the Mind' and 'The Mind of a Murderer'.
David Wilson is Emeritus Professor of Criminology at Birmingham City University and the founding Director of the university’s Centre for Criminal Justice and Research. He is also an award winning TV presenter, most recently fronting Channel 4’s 'In the Footsteps of Killers' with Emilia Fox and David Wilson’s 'Crime Files' for BBC Scotland.
Presented by Phil McIntyre Live
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