How Adelaide Bartlett got away with murder.
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Additional books consulted:
— The Trial of Adelaide Bartlett, both 1886 and 1927 editions
— Victorian Murderesses by Mary S. Hartman
— Molecules of Murder by John Emsley
— Crime and the Respectable Woman: Toward a Pattern of Middle-Class Female Criminality in Nineteenth-Century France and England by Mary S. Hartman
— Chloroform: The Quest for Oblivion by Linda Stratmann
— The Secret Poisoner by Linda Stratmann
— Closing Argument to the Jury for the Defense in Criminal Cases by G. Arthur Martin
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