Sunderland ex-con writes crime novel after 27 years in jail for murder

Frank Wilkinson, who has recently been released from prison after serving 27 years for murder, spent some of time writing crime novels set in Monkwearmouth in the 1950's

Frank Wilkinson, who has recently been released from prison after serving 27 years for murder, spent some of time writing crime novels set in Monkwearmouth in the 1950's

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A CONVICTED killer released from jail after more than 25 years inside has penned a crime novel.

Frank Wilkinson was one of Britain’s longest-serving prisoners after being found guilty of the 1985 murder of Alan Raffle.

Mr Raffle, 23, was bludgeoned to death in Kielder Forest, Northumberland, with a hammer belonging to Mr Wilkinson.

 

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