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A Treasury of Victorian Murder Compendium

by Rick Geary

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A series of accounts of famous Victorian-era murders in both the UK and the USA, told in graphic novel format. It was okay, I guess, and an interesting novelty, but nothing that would make me want to seek out Geary's other true crime graphic novels. There were a few inaccuracies in the Jack the Ripper chapter, but nothing major. ( )
  meggyweg | Mar 11, 2013 |
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In this first omnibus volume from Geary's increasing storied Treasuries of Murder: The trilogy of murders from the Victorian Age that made up the very first volume of this series ; "Jack the Ripper" as only Geary can narrate it with his slightly ghoulish sense of irony ; "The Fatal Bullet" about the assassination of President James Garfield ; and "The Beast of Chicago" about H.H. Holmes, possibly the first series murderer with chilling methodical means.… (more)

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