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Gloucestershire Murders

by Linda Stratmann

Contained within the pages of Gloucestershire Murders are the stories behind some of the most notorious murders in the county's history. The cases covered include the most fascinating but least known crimes,...


The Poisonous Seed: A Frances Doughty Mystery

by Linda Stratmann

When a customer of William Doughty's chemist shop dies of strychnine poisoning after drinking medicine he dispensed, William is blamed, and the family faces ruin. William's daughter, nineteen year old Frances,...


Essex Murders

by Linda Stratmann

The county of Essex has rolling arable farmland, Epping Forest, sleepy villages, busy market towns and secluded backwaters - a wide variety of settings for murder. This work includes accounts that date from...


Chloroform: The Quest for Oblivion

by Linda Stratmann

Linda Stratmann traces the social, medical and criminal history of chloroform, from early medical practices to create oblivion through the discovery of chloroform and its discovery, its use and misuse in the...


Whiteley's Folly: The Life and Death of a Salesman

by Linda Stratmann

Whiteleys was the Harrods of the 19th century. Its clients inlcuded English and overseas royalty and it offered - and delivered - "Everything from a pin to an Elephant". Created by William Whiteley, a draper's...


A Case of Doubtful Death: A Frances Doughty Mystery

by Linda Stratmann

A dedicated doctor has set up a waiting mortuary on the borders of Kensal Green cemetery, where corpses are left to decompose before burial to reassure clients that no-one can be buried alive. He collapses and...