The London Monster: Terror on the Streets in 1790

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Da Capo Press, 2005 - Criminals - 288 pages
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Between 1788 and 1790, London's women were terrorised by a series of street assaults, perpetrated by a mystery assailant who was dubbed the Monster by the press. This text retells the story of the case, presenting a picture of London life in 1790.

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Jan Bondeson, M.D., also holds a Ph.D. in experimental medicine. He is the author of "A Cabinet of Medical Curiosities" & other works.

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