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A Treasury of Victorian Murder by Rick Geary1
Jack the Ripper by Rick Geary2
The Borden Tragedy: A Memoir of the Infamous Double Murder at Fall River, Mass., 1892 by Rick Geary3
The Fatal Bullet: The Assassination of President James A. Garfield by Rick Geary4
The Mystery of Mary Rogers by Rick Geary5
The Beast of Chicago by Rick Geary6
The Murder of Abraham Lincoln by Rick Geary7
The Case of Madeleine Smith by Rick Geary8
The Saga of the Bloody Benders by Rick Geary9

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This graphic novel series presents the details of famous murder cases from long-ago eras, several of which are unsolved or contain a number of questions still unanswered.

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