Murder in suburbia: Reexamining the killing of a Hampstead man

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Murder in suburbia: Reexamining the killing of a Hampstead man

The case of Allan Chappelow, the Hampstead writer who was found brutally murdered under a mound of manuscripts in 2006 has been brought back into the headlines, with the release of a new book, which raises questions around what happened.

The man jailed for the killing, Wang Yam, a Chinese dissident has always maintained his innocence.

The journalist and author Thomas Harding has been looking at the case in his book Blood on The Page.

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