SPECTATOR – review

Wrote about two brilliant new true-crime books for this week’s Spectator. The first, by Richard Tomlinson, focuses on the life and crimes of Henri Landru, France’s most notorious serial killer. A century later, the death of a man with everything to live for forms the basis of Mikita Brottman’s in-depth analysis of unexplained death, and its lasting impacts. The full article’s available here.




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