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TOPIC: MWT's book
#191531
Jo

MWT's book 4 Months ago  
MWT's book is coming out tomorrow and he's doing the rounds publicising it: apparently interviewed on This Morning and Talk Radio today and on the BBC tomorrow.

twitter.com/mwilliamsthomas

He must have good contacts in media circles. It's not every new writer who gets that kind of platform.
 
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#191532
MWTW

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
As I stated before people are shit scared of him.
The book is pure money making at its best and Mark has obviously got some good promoters working on this.
He is playing to the public feeding the morbid interests in murder and of course the smell of it. I'm sure it will hit the charts as it's target punter will support it up.

Next is Stinson Hunter the burning years.
 
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#191536
Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
MWTW wrote:
As I stated before people are shit scared of him.
The book is pure money making at its best and Mark has obviously got some good promoters working on this.
He is playing to the public feeding the morbid interests in murder and of course the smell of it. I'm sure it will hit the charts as it's target punter will support it up.

Next is Stinson Hunter the burning years.


Why would anyone be scared of him? He is just a tv journalist.
 
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#191538
Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
One of the theories Honey is that MWT has built up a nice little earner leaking confidential stuff (like Cliff's arrest) to the media on behalf of cops who don't want to be linked to it and so are prepared to protect him and do nasty things to his enemies in order to silence them. Only a theory, of course; could not possibly be true.
 
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#191557
Jo

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
But he's apparently not in it for the money...



I'd be interested to read what people in the field of criminology make of his book, assuming there's any discussion on Twitter about it. There was some discussion/criticism by people in the field on Twitter before, but I can't remember who was involved.
 
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#191558
Sheba Bear

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
I hope I soon find this book at a car boot sale or charity shop. I want to read it (not to 'enjoy' reading about the unique smell of death of people's loved ones, more out of curiosity) but no way am I going to create demand by buying a new copy.

I'd also be a bit worried that a new one might have the pages infused with the 'unique smell of death'.
 
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#191559
Jo

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
I'm curious about it too, though don't plan to buy it. But having had a look at the preview on Amazon, I'm not sure if I could get through it. It seems rather self-absorbed and insubstantial.

Am currently reading "The Secret Barrister: Stories of the law and how it's broken" and I'd say that was in a different league.
 
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#191560
Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
Oh yes Jo; The Secret Barrister is Premiere League; I suspect MWT's book is due for relegation from the bottom amateur schools league in Rugby Union, South Africa.
 
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#191569
'M'

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
Not in it for the money, I'm so glad to hear this.
These people can only be in it for the money, so I take it any profits from this book after the comms from Right Angle go to some kind of Charidee and not into Marks bank account?

I think we need Trumps voice saying,

Mark Williams-Thomas ? Great guy
 
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#191570
md

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
Jo wrote:
MWT's book is coming out tomorrow and he's doing the rounds publicising it: apparently interviewed on This Morning and Talk Radio today and on the BBC tomorrow.

twitter.com/mwilliamsthomas

He must have good contacts in media circles. It's not every new writer who gets that kind of platform.



It's interesting that his "real-life bodyguard" friend also makes an occasional appearance on this television programme.


"I advise people that they have to tell me everything".
I had to re-adjust some of my thinking after reading this because for a while, the only other person I thought could have had access this sort of knowledge was a former poster to this board, ITK.

www.thetimes.co.uk/article/will-geddes-t...-bodyguard-wx0n8xg87
 
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#191584
MWTW

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
At least he managed to mention Savile the man who never had a chance to defend himself.
 
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#191586
Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
md wrote:
Jo wrote:
MWT's book is coming out tomorrow and he's doing the rounds publicising it: apparently interviewed on This Morning and Talk Radio today and on the BBC tomorrow.

twitter.com/mwilliamsthomas

He must have good contacts in media circles. It's not every new writer who gets that kind of platform.



It's interesting that his "real-life bodyguard" friend also makes an occasional appearance on this television programme.


"I advise people that they have to tell me everything".
I had to re-adjust some of my thinking after reading this because for a while, the only other person I thought could have had access this sort of knowledge was a former poster to this board, ITK.

www.thetimes.co.uk/article/will-geddes-t...-bodyguard-wx0n8xg87


ITK??? Why?
 
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#191587
MWTW

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
A bully boy it sounds to me and MWT obviously can't look after himself
 
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#191588
md

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:


ITK??? Why?

I can remember often thinking to myself after reading his posts that he definitely lived up to his name Honey. ITK seemed to know alot about many things. He was also very entertaining.
 
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#191590
Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
md wrote:
honey!oh sugar sugar. wrote:


ITK??? Why?

I can remember often thinking to myself after reading his posts that he definitely lived up to his name Honey. ITK seemed to know alot about many things. He was also very entertaining.


Very much missed. I like him a lot.
 
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#191625
Bookworm

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
Does he think he is helpful?

Was it him and his fresh pair of eyes which got the police to dig up Cannan's mothers garden?

He is a buffer for epic police incompetence. Tis all.
The masses are fooled by and large most of the time. That is the only thing he knows how to tap into very well.
 
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#191626
Bookworm

Re:MWT's book 4 Months ago  
I don't go near any authors or books who have had anything to do with MSM. Zero credibility when I see what they all hide.

MWT and another ex-cop – David Video cassette think they are the bee's knees. Why couldn't they achieve anything whilst in their policing roles?
 
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#191677
MWTW

Re:MWT's book 3 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
Not in this week's Amazon top 100.
Not in Amazon crime top 100

I may check FICTION next
 
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#191681
Jo

Re:MWT's book 3 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
It's the No 1 best seller in "criminal investigation".

www.amazon.co.uk/gp/bestsellers/books/27...ref=sr_bs_0_276305_1
 
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#191684
Sheba Bear

Re:MWT's book 3 Months, 4 Weeks ago  
The first two of the three comments (so far) are revealing:

www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/1787631...NNKV5PRGG722P37K2WEA
 
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