Tag: Francis Iles

26. Notable Trials

How did a legal history series become so well known that even Lord Peter Wimsey owned a set?

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Books and sources:
Strong Poison (1930) by Dorothy L. Sayers
A Pin To See The Peep Show  (1934) by F Tennyson Jesse
Portrait of Fryn: Biography of F.Tennyson Jesse  (1984) by Joanna Colenbrander
The Anatomy of Murder (1936) by The Detection Club
The Poisoned Chocolates Case  (1929) by Anthony Berkeley
Malice Aforethought  (1931) by Francis Iles
“Decline of the English Murder” (1946) by George Orwell
Death at the Opera  (1934) by Gladys Mitchell

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