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Bloody Business: An Anecdotal History of Scotland Yard

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 33 Ratings and 7 Reviews

Book Description
A history of Scotland Yard presents dozens of cases, discussing the case of Jack the Ripper; Reg Christie, who murdered six women; and the henpecked Dr. Crippen, who murdered his wife.
Book Information
PublisherPharos Books
BindingHardcover (5 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages278
Publication Date09/1992
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About H. Paul Jeffers (Author) : H. Paul Jeffers is a published author of children's books. Published credits of H. Paul Jeffers include In the Roughrider's Shadow: The Story of Theodore Roosevelt Jr. -- War Hero and Legends of Santa... more
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