Skelton's Guide to Domestic Poisons David Stafford

Skelton's Guide to Domestic Poisons

Author: David Stafford
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Book Title
Skelton's Guide to Domestic Poisons
Author
David Stafford
ISBN
9780749026738
Arthur Skelton has gone from unassuming Yorkshire barrister to front-page sensation, having won the case of the century. But January 1929 brings another high-profile case. Mary Dutton is accused of murdering her husband, although there are few people who dispute her guilt. Between practising his autograph and pose for hordes of journalists and fans alike, Skelton agrees to defend her, despite many considering the case to be unwinnable.With a looming general election and an army of flappers set to cast their inaugural votes, both sides of the political divide are vying for their support by trying to turn the case to their advantage. Skelton faces mounting pressure to find the truth, but will that be enough to save a young woman's life?Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: David StaffordPublisher: Allison & BusbyPublished: 09/17/2020ISBN: 9780749026738Pages: 352Weight: 1.05lbsSize: 8.60h x 5.40w x 1.30d

Arthur Skelton has gone from unassuming Yorkshire barrister to front-page sensation, having won the case of the century. But January 1929 brings another high-profile case. Mary Dutton is accused of murdering her husband, although there are few people who dispute her guilt. Between practising his autograph and pose for hordes of journalists and fans alike, Skelton agrees to defend her, despite many considering the case to be unwinnable.
With a looming general election and an army of flappers set to cast their inaugural votes, both sides of the political divide are vying for their support by trying to turn the case to their advantage. Skelton faces mounting pressure to find the truth, but will that be enough to save a young woman's life?



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: David Stafford
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Published: 09/17/2020
ISBN: 9780749026738
Pages: 352
Weight: 1.05lbs
Size: 8.60h x 5.40w x 1.30d

Arthur Skelton has gone from unassuming Yorkshire barrister to front-page sensation, having won the case of the century. But January 1929 brings another high-profile case. Mary Dutton is accused of murdering her husband, although there are few people who dispute her guilt. Between practising his autograph and pose for hordes of journalists and fans alike, Skelton agrees to defend her, despite many considering the case to be unwinnable.
With a looming general election and an army of flappers set to cast their inaugural votes, both sides of the political divide are vying for their support by trying to turn the case to their advantage. Skelton faces mounting pressure to find the truth, but will that be enough to save a young woman's life?



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: David Stafford
Publisher: Allison & Busby
Published: 09/17/2020
ISBN: 9780749026738
Pages: 352
Weight: 1.05lbs
Size: 8.60h x 5.40w x 1.30d