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Lord Lucan My Story ❮PDF❯ ✅ Lord Lucan My Story Author William Coles – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A murder gone wrong A worldwide police hunt for the killer And a fugitive who became a legend The 7th Earl of Lucan The Lord Lucan Scandal is one of the greatest and most extraordinary mysteries of th A murder gone wrong A worldwide police hunt for the killer And a fugitive who became a legend The th Earl of Lucan The Lord Lucan Scandal is one of the greatest and most extraordinary mysteries of the th Century Ever since Lucky Lord Lucan disappeared in after the murder of his nanny the world has wondered what happened to Britain's most dashing Peer Lord Lucan PDF or Here in his own hand is the answer This is Lord Lucan's personal memoir of his life as the worlds most infamous fugitive It is the story of an Old Etonian Earl on the run; of how a man became a murderer; and how a life long friendship soured into an enduring hate Here for the first time is the full monstrous account of the life of Lord Lucan This is his story.

  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • Lord Lucan My Story
  • William Coles
  • English
  • 04 September 2016
  • 9781906558116

About the Author: William Coles

I am a journalist; and a writer of love storiesI am currently embroiled in an epic series of love stories which with luck will comprise at least novels Two of these novels are already out The Well Tempered Clavier and The Woman Who Made Men Cry with another two due to be published by Thames River Press later this year The next one in Lord Lucan PDF or the series will be The Woman Who Knew What She Want.

6 thoughts on “Lord Lucan My Story

  1. Cordelia Cordelia says:

    This is a fantastic romp in the world of the Clarence Club I had to keep reminding myself it's a fictional take on the Lord Lucan mystery as it's so believableIf you're looking for a real page turner within which you will learn a lot about the characters that surrounded the most famous murder in 1970s Britain then this is the book for youIt kept me gripped to the very end and the even the very last page doesn't disappoint The suspense kept me rocketing through this book finishing it in under a weekWilliam Coles has clearly done his research and this novel is a triumph Who knows how much of it is close to the truth???Would highly recommend

  2. Lokoplovdiv Lokoplovdiv says:

    I have always been interested in the Lord Lucan story but for various reasons had never got round to reading up on it in any great depth At the time of the murder at 46 Lower Belgrave Street I was a paperboy and recall the headlines screaming out at me as I did my round As a work of fiction which is interspersed with facts here and there that are generally well known to anyone who has studied the caseyou could say this was a ripping yarn which endeavours to attain some credibility by using the names of mostly now deceased characters There's not a cat in hell's chance that this book would have hit the streets had Sir James Goldsmith and John Aspinall still been around to have slapped the lawsuits on the author and publishers The book starts interestingly enough but then degenerates midway through the story when a non existing container ship was allegedly leaving Felixstowe and taking 100 days to get to India abysmal transit times by anyone's standards for a crossing that would ordinarily take probably no than 21 days even in these days of fuel saving and slow steaming Almost from a day out into the North Sea the author would have us believe that Lord Lucan led a drug fuelled existence for the rest of his days becoming a heroin addict Of course as most if not all of the Clermont Club set are no longer with us no one can confirm or deny whether any of the random bullets have hit the mark but I somehow doubt it I considered giving up on this drivel on than one occasion but saw it through to the end My life was not enriched by the experience If you really want to read a Lucan book with interest then I strongly recommend Lucan Not Guilty by Sally Moore instead

  3. Rikki Rikki says:

    I was on board a Greek Liner crossing the Pacific ocean when the murder of Sandra Rivett took place and the ship's newspaper contained little of world interest as it was mostly concerned with the lottery for guessing how many miles the ship was likely to do today Therefore it was a complete shock to see when I arrived in the UK the papers were covered with news of The Lord Lucan affairOf course it seemed that the peer was undoubtedly guilty of the murder and I consumed every aspect of the evidence as it emerged Like many others I have had a continued interest in what really happened to Lord Lucan so any new angle concerning what really occurred and his whereabouts since he disappeared is a glimmer of hope that this may bring a believable story of the truthThis account has some interesting ideas but fails to convince methat there is any authenticity in itIf Jimmy Goldsmith and Aspers played the parts consigned to them Lucky was a thankless recipient of their largesse in helping him to escape even had his imaginings been genuine However it does provide a few new outrageous ideas which will no doubt be believed by some readers and give others a laugh

  4. Donna Peake Donna Peake says:

    Lord Lucan you were a very bad man killing your Nanny instead of your wife I have no good feelings for this Earl You had friends that helped you escape and took care of you you really didn't seem very thankful The part about him killing the Nanny is true since he was never found the author put his spin on the rest of the tale He did a pretty good job

  5. William Coles William Coles says:

    For British journalists the Lord Lucan story is the great white whale of exclusives we all know it's out there but no one has yet managed to land it I would guess that the Lord Lucan mystery is one of the biggest mysteries of the 20th Century; and forty years on it is still very much a mystery No one has a clue what happened Lord Lucan was a very dashing Earl who if he'd been around today would have been regularly featuring in all the glossy magazines But he had a big problem He'd suandered all his cash at the casinos and he'd split from his wife and he wasn't seeing much of his three children He came up with a very simple plan to solve all his problems he was going to murder his estranged wife Veronica and dump her body in the Channel But the murder went wrong horrifically wrong and instead of murdering his wife Lucan or perhaps an accomplice murdered the nanny Sandra Rivett He has never been seen since though there has been endless speculation as to whether he committed suicide or started a new life in Africa And for me One day I was talking to my publisher and I said to him Wouldn't it be great if we could find Lord Lucan? And then the penny dropped I didn't have to find him Because I could just make the whole thing up And that's what I've done This is Lord Lucan's story in his own words and with a suitable pay off at the end I'm hoping that very soon it's going to be turned into a film I keep my fingers crossed

  6. Jack Heath Jack Heath says:

    Synopsis the 7th Earl of Lucan disappeared in 1974 after the murder of his nanny That part's true The rest? Here's a fictional personal memoir

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