The Edwardian age was a period of considerable change, a fascinating transition between 19th and 20th century, and many of its murders reflect the age and, for example, its scientific advances. This fascinating study of exceptional British, French and American killers and their victims, adds a new dimension to what are generally remembered as the "pleasant" years before World War I.
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Used availability for Roy Harley Lewis's Edwardian Murders
June 1992 : UK Hardback
May 1989 : UK Hardback