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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Adam Wood on 'Swanson: The Life and Times of a Victorian Detective' Part One
April 11th, 2020
Duration: 02:02:20

We welcome Adam Wood to the show for the first part of a two part interview about his book Swanson: The Life and Times of a Victorian Detective. The topics for this first part include Swanson's role in the Whitechapel Murders investigation, the Swanson Marginalia and the identification of a suspect at the Seaside Home.

With panelists Robert House, John Malcolm and Tom Wescott

www.mangobooks.co.uk

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