Bathpool Park near Kidsgrove. Nice, but you wouldn't want to be there on a winter's night - and you certainly wouldn't want to be fifty-six feet underneath it in a disused mineshaft, surrounded by icy blackness, with a wire noose round your neck. Cold within, cold without! You could catch your death. And death was no stranger to the Black Panther, who kept a young heiress hostage there under Bathpool Park, hoping for a ransom - until his time and hers ran out. In this fast-paced reconstruction of the Panther's life on the run, his shotgun raids and his feral instinct for survival, Robert Hurst takes us into the mind of one of Britain's most chilling killers. It's not to be missed! Robert Hurst was born in Portsmouth in the UK. His varied career has been in the manufacturing industry and twenty years as a salesman. He is married with two sons and five proud granddaughters. The idea for this book came from an interest in crime detection and a distant memory of the Black Panther.
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Book Description Athena Pr Pub Co, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 376 pages. 7.95x4.88x1.02 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk1847480861