F. Tennyson Jesse created a way of telling crime stories that still influences us today.
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Books mentioned and sources consulted:
— 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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