Dancing for the Hangman - Martin Edwards Reviews
Description:ISBN 1906601003 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Martin Edwards / Paperback / 327 Pages / Book is published 2008-11-25 by Flambard Press
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Pages: 256, Paperback, Flambard Press
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by - written on 02/02/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Dancing for the Hangman is a novel depicting real events in the sensational case of Dr. Crippen and is mostly a fictitious first case account by Dr. Crippen about his life, times and trials. The book is written by Martin Edwards who uses his skills as an investigator to weave a story about the meek mannered American doctor killing his overbearing bossy fat wife Cora Crippen. The real Dr. Crippen Hawley Crippen was a quack doctor who came from America to work for a company which made homeopathic remedies for the more gullible in the populace. A short man with an enormous moustache he was married to a overbearing fussy women called Cora who had ... Read the complete review
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