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Hello to all Law students here in The Student Room. I'd like to ask for your help on an issue regarding picking up a book regarding attempt in uk criminal law:

I'm writing a master thesis that focuses on the topic of impossible attempt. My country's criminal law system is German based so of course, I'll focus on that. However I would like to do as well a comparative approach with common law jurisdictions and mainly with the UK, since it's in Europe as well rather than the US.

So I would be really grateful if you could suggest a criminal law book that focuses on attempt in the context of Uk's criminal law and if possible on the topic of impossible attempt. Alternatively I'd appreciate it if you can recommend Criminal Law Textbooks that focus on the so called General Part and cover the topic of attempt as extensively as possible.

Thanks in advance for any help!
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