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1 BOROWITZ, Albert BLOOD AND INK. An International Guide to Fact-based Crime Literature.
Ohio Kent State University Press 2002 0873376930 First hardcover FINE FINE 
xviii+524pp+illus. A superb guide to 'fact-based crime literature', focussing on non-fictional accounts of crimes and criminal trials, including essays, monographs, journalism, editions of court transcripts, prison histories, police and criminal biographies, etc., as well as works of imaginative literature such as novels, stories or stage-works based on actual crimes and criminals. Includes Note by Jacques Barzun and Foreword by Jonathan Goodman. Alphabetical listing of authors and their works, Resources and Index. (Quite a heavy item, may require additional postage). A very nice copy 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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2 BOROWITZ, Albert THE JACK THE RIPPER WALKING TOUR MURDER. A Novel of Suspense. SIGNED.
New York Joan Kahn Books/St Martin's Press 1986 First Edition Hardcover VG VG Dj 
227pp. A nice copy of this thrilling novel in which Columbia University Professor Paul Prye and his wife visited London in 1988 for the centennial of the Ripper crimes. Joining a group tour of the sites, one of the party was murdered and Pryle brought all his true crime theories to work on the case to convince Scotland Yard that the death was no accident. 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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3 BOROWITZ, Albert THE WOMAN WHO MURDERED BLACK SATIN. The Bermondsey Horror.
Columbus, Ohio Ohio State University Press 1981 0814203205 / 9780814203200 1st hardcover VG VG 
x+337pp. Illus. in text. Inscription to title page. The story of the brutal murder of Patrick O'Connor in Bermondsey, London by his mistress Maria Manning and her husband in 1849. It was also an early triumph for Scotland Yard who used the newly invented telegraph in its investigation. Mrs Manning's costume of black satin which she wore every day made the material unfashionable for years. The trial of the Mannings was conducted by two leading Victorian barristers, Sergeant Wilkins and Mr. (later Serjeant) Ballantine. Lord Chief Baron Pollock presided. They were hanged by Calcraft in front of a huge crowd. Selective Bibliography. (UK edition was entitled 'The Bermondsey Horror'). 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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