The Murderess and the Hangman: A Novel of Criminal Minds
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The Murderess and the Hangman: A Novel of Criminal Minds

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On October 22, 2010, a human skull was found in Sir David Attenborough's garden in south London...a middle-aged female skull. How did it get there? Where was the rest of the body?
The Murderess and the Hangman is a story of this murder, told from both sides of the scaffold. In 1879 William Marwood, 'gentleman hangman' for London and Middlesex, hanged 'call...more
Hardcover, 620 pages
Published March 14th 2012 by Parkgate Originals
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Aug 24, 2009 Matt Fullerty rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)  ·  review of another edition
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The Murderess and the Hangman is a novel by Matt Fullerty. See the author's website http://www.mattfullerty.com

The Murderess and the Hangman is a tale told from both sides of the scaffold - about a female killer and the man who hangs her!

In 1879 William Marwood, 'gentleman hangman' for London and Middlesex, hanged 'callous murderess' Kate Webster. Her crime? The axe-murder of her landlady, Mrs Julia Thomas, in the leafy suburb of Richmond, London.

But is everything as clear as it seems? Certai...more
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Matt Fullerty's first novel The Pride and the Sorrow is about world champion chess player Paul Morphy and his tour of New Orleans, New York, Paris and London in the nineteenth century to become one of the greatest players of all time - aged only twenty-one.

Morphy conquered the world at chess but found his relationships with family, friends and women a little trickier than the sixty-four square ma...more
More about Matt Fullerty...
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