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Edwardian Murder Diane Janes

Edwardian Murder By Diane Janes

Edwardian Murder by Diane Janes

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The two true crimes featured in Edwardian Murder bear all the hallmarks of traditional English period murder: steam trains, revolvers, an isolated summerhouse, retired army officers, parlour maids, to say nothing of conspiracy theories, murder, suicide, an execution and a love story.

Edwardian Murder Summary

Edwardian Murder: Ightham and the Morpeth Train Robbery by Diane Janes

Caroline Luard was shot near Ightham in Kent in 1908. In 1910, John Nisbet, a colliery cashier, was murdered on a train in Northumberland. Three days after the crime, police arrested a man called John Dickman, who was subsequently executed. Is it conceivable that John was guilty of both murders? This book provides an account of both murders.

About Diane Janes

Diane Janes has lived in the north of England for most of her adult life, and in the Lake District for the past six years. She is a full-time writer of crime novels and investigative non-fiction. Her novel Moonshadow was highly commended in the 2006 CWA Debut Daggers Award for unpublished works.

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Edwardian Murder: Ightham and the Morpeth Train Robbery by Diane Janes
Used - Very Good
The History Press Ltd
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