Murder Maps: A New Book

Today we’re celebrating the publication of yet another fine book from Team History – this one by our Subject Lead Dr Drew Gray, who has been having a prolific couple of years (last year he published Jack and the Thames Torso Murders: A New Ripper? which he co-wrote with Andrew Wise). Murder Maps, a “cartographic exposition of the 19th century’s most dramatic and intriguing murders from the world’s most crime-ridden cities and regions”, has just been published by Thames & Hudson. You can read about the making of the book here.

Female murders by women, London, 1827-1911

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