Category Archives: Victorian murder

Murder Mystery and Mayhem on the Railways 2 Days to GO!

  Hello again Readers, almost time for my new book, just a few more days. Herewith some information and this time it gets serious. In the last blog I detailed how robbers took to the rails and how some went … Continue reading

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Arsenic Sally is Go! Three Days to Launch

Hello again Readers As promised here is the third instalment about my new and ¬†second true crime book. Two people have ¬†been sent to trial at the twice yearly assizes,one man and one woman. The rumour is that the man … Continue reading

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