What if you are found neither innocent nor guilty?
Books mentioned in this episode
— The Law and the Lady by Wilkie Collins
— The House in Queen Anne Square by William Darling Lyell
— Madeleine Smith: A Tragi-Comedy in Two Acts by Winifred Duke
— Trial of Madeleine Smith (Notable British Trials), appraisal by F. Tennyson Jesse
— Murder and Morality in Victorian Britain by Eleanor Gordon and Gwyneth Nair
— The Strange Affair of Madeleine Smith by Douglas MacGowan
— Letty Lynton by Marie Belloc Lowndes
— Alas, for Her That Met Me! by Mary Ann Ashe (Christianna Brand)
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