Welcome to the website dedicated to my true crime writing. I hope you enjoy reading its contents. If you are interested in my archaeology writing please visit www.archaeology.sclomax.co.uk and if you are interested in my World War One book please visit www.thehomefront.sclomax.co.uk
This website is currently under development (January 2015). Consequently much of the content of the original website has yet to be transferred to this new site. Content yet to be transferred includes media articles relating to my work. To view the old website please visit www.old.sclomax.co.uk
I am the author of Jeremy Bamber: Evil, Almost Beyond Belief? a startling reassessment of a notorious case in British criminal history.
I am the only author who wrote books (including Justice for Jill) and articles expressing concern about the conviction of Barry George, the man wrongly jailed for murdering the popular television presenter Jill Dando.
Having closely examined the case it was clear to me that George was the victim of one of the most shocking miscarriages of justice Britain has ever seen.
I also investigate unsolved murders, including murder mysteries as far back as the 19th century. This is the subject of two of my books, entitled Unsolved Murders in South Yorkshire and Unsolved Murders in and Around Derbyshire. Historic crimes in the county of Derbyshire are the subject of my book Deadly Derbyshire.
Details of my books and articles can be found on this website. Feel free to get in touch with me if you would like to discuss my work.
You can read more about me by clicking on the ‘About’ link at the top of this page.
S. C. Lomax
Below are some of my books. For all of my true crime books click on the 'Books' link at the top of this page.
Unsolved Murders in South Yorkshire
Cold cases of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Tales of murder and manslaughter from the 18th and 19th centuries.
Unsolved Murders in and Around Derbyshire
Real life cold cases from 20th century Derbyshire and from just beyond that county's borders.
Jeremy Bamber: Evil, Almost Beyond Belief?
Did Jeremy Bamber commit one of the most evil crimes of the 20th century or is he the victim of a miscarriage of justice?
Hardback £18.99 (RRP); Kindle edition from 99p