Edwin, Adelaide & George: The Bizarre Bartlett Poisoning

Edwin Adelaide George The Bizarre Bartlett Poisoning The story of Adelaide Bartlett her husband Edwin and the Reverend George Dyson is one of the most bizarre and puzzling in British Criminal history The author tells the story examines the trial evid

  • Title: Edwin, Adelaide & George: The Bizarre Bartlett Poisoning
  • Author: Jeannette Hensby
  • ISBN: 9781535046138
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • The story of Adelaide Bartlett, her husband Edwin and the Reverend George Dyson, is one of the most bizarre and puzzling in British Criminal history The author tells the story, examines the trial evidence and puts forward a new theory to explain this strange and disturbing Victorian murder mystery THE AUTHOR S CONCLUSIONS ARE SO PRECISE AND LOGICAL ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANTThe story of Adelaide Bartlett, her husband Edwin and the Reverend George Dyson, is one of the most bizarre and puzzling in British Criminal history The author tells the story, examines the trial evidence and puts forward a new theory to explain this strange and disturbing Victorian murder mystery THE AUTHOR S CONCLUSIONS ARE SO PRECISE AND LOGICAL ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT Margaret Drinkall Historian, and author of 29 local hisrory and true crime books.

    One thought on “Edwin, Adelaide & George: The Bizarre Bartlett Poisoning”

    1. I'll give 4 stars for the writingBut I'm not so sure about her theory.Ms. Hensby enjoys playing armchair detective, which I think is great. But I'm not so sure I can go along with her theory on this one. At least she doesn't use the word "assume" in every other sentence like she did in the last book's theory that I read. I'd love to read her other book, based on the story her grandmother told her, but it's so short, it hardly seems worth it. I really don't read anything under 200 pages (almost d [...]

    2. Having thoroughly enjoyed Jeannette Hensby's first foray into true crime "The Rotherham Trunk Murder," I downloaded her second book to my Kindle with high expectations. I wasn't disappointed!This time, the reader is taken right to the gritty heart of another possible miscarriage of justice, the so-called "Pimlico Poisoning Mystery" of 1886 in which Adelaide Bartlett stood accused of the murder of her husband Edwin, by means of chloroform obtained by their mutual friend, Methodist minister Rev Ge [...]

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