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Rippercast: The Whitechapel Murders Podcast
Sherlock: From Adler to Amberley- The Man with the Twisted Lip
March 28th, 2020
Duration: 00:56:15

Karl Coppack welcomes special guest Janis Wilson to discuss the sixth story in the Sherlock Holmes short story canon:

The Man with the Twisted Lip

Janis Wilson is a writer, retired trial lawyer, television commentator and lecturer. She is the author of the novel 'Goulston Street' set in 1888 Whitechapel during the Autumn of Terror, and frequently appears in True Crime documentaries and conferences.

www.janiswilson.com

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