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The Queen of True Crime

F. Tennyson Jesse created a way of telling crime stories that still influences us today.

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Books mentioned and sources consulted:
Books mentioned:
Murder and Its Motives by F. Tennyson Jesse
“The Mask” by F. Tennyson Jesse
The Sword of Deborah by F. Tennyson Jesse
The Trial of Madeleine Smith by F. Tennyson Jesse
The Trial of Rattenbury and Stoner by F. Tennyson Jesse
A Pin To See The Peepshow by F. Tennyson Jesse
Comments on Cain by F. Tennyson Jesse
Crime Writing in Interwar Britain by Victoria Stewart
A Portrait of Fryn by Joanna Colenbrander

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