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Poisoned Life of Mrs. Maybrick

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The Poisoned Life of Mrs. Maybrick by Bernard Ryan
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The Whitechapel district of London was terrorized in the late 1800s by a serial killer known as Jack the Ripper. Although his identity was never proven, some historical scholars claim a cotton broker by the name of James Maybrick was responsible. Maybrick was never brought to trial. Instead, his wife was tried, convicted, and sentenced to execution for her husband s murder. Born in America, eighteen-year-old Florence Elizabeth Maybrick met the forty-two-year-old Englishman in 1881 on board a ship. Despite the reprehensible treatment by James s family toward Florence, the two married, but their marriage was not a happy one. Mrs. Maybrick went so far as to spend a romantic weekend away with one of her husband s handsome business associates. Eventually, James Maybrick succumbed to arsenic poisoning. Before Florence even went to trial, the press found her guilty of his murder. Even though England s leading barrister proved her not guilty in the public mind, she was still convicted. Yet, she somehow managed to live a long life as a cat woman in Connecticut. In fact, Mrs. Maybrick s life might be even more mysterious than that of her purportedly murderous husband."
Release date Australia
March 20th, 2000
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Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
316
Dimensions
154x231x21
ISBN-13
9780595000951
Product ID
1794233

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