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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on November 20, 2021
John has done a thorough, but uninspired, study of a serial killer who operated in both England and Canada in the late 19th century. While not as notorious as Jack the Ripper, Dr. cream was responsible for more murders. The book's tone is rather dry and measured in spite of the horrific subject. I was not expecting a Nancy Grace style diatribe, but given the subject and the efforts of law enforcement to track him down, it was not in the least suspenseful or engrossing.
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