How To Catch A Killer: The Real Life Of A Murder Detective | This Morning

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We all think we know how to catch a killer from watching our favourite TV dramas, but former Scotland Yard Detective Steve Keogh says the reality is quite different. During his 30 year career with the Metropolitan Police, Steve has investigated over 100 murders, and come face-to-face with the very worst of humanity. As he releases his new book, Steve joins us today to look back at his most infamous cases, and reveal just how you really catch a killer.

Broadcast on 18/01/22

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