MURDER BY THE BOOK
When the murderer of Lord William Russell claimed to have been corrupted by a story by William Harrison Ainsworth, it ignited a debate about writers and morality that drew Dickens and Thackeray into the fray. The author combines a riveting whodunit with a literary scandal that involved the most famous writers of the day. Illustrated, some in color.
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