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Seemingly safe on the surface, sunny Singapore has seen its fair share of murders that run the gamut from pre-mediated cases to crimes of passion. Here are some cases from the archives.
Read about the curry murders where the victim’s body was dismembered and cooked in curry and then disposed of. Then there was the maid who stabbed her employer and yet another who killed her employer’s child. But maids have also fallen prey and one domestic worker was herself murdered and dumped into a rooftop water tank.
Yeo Suan Futt is a magazine journalist with experience in a broad range of subject matter, from automobiles, technology and timepieces to electronic gaming and cuisine. He has varied interests in politics, history, culture, and the inner machinations of the criminal mind. His book Wild Women Do was a finalist in the Popular Reader’s Choice Award in 2013.
Cover Type: Paperback
Page Count: 184
Year Published: 2013