Darting in and out of the gaslit shadows of Victorian London, a murderer who calls himself an ”artist of death” plots his ghastly tableaux with precision in Murder as a Fine Art. Thanks to his essay ”On Murder Considered as One of the Fine Arts,” the real-life laudanum addict Thomas De Quincey becomes Scotland Yard’s prime suspect. Morrell’s masterful blend of fact and fiction reads like a 19th-century novel, evoking 1854 London with such finesse that you’ll hear the hooves clattering on cobblestones, the racket of dustmen, and the shrill call of vendors. A
Murder as a Fine ArtDarting in and out of the gaslit shadows of Victorian London, a murderer who calls himself an ''artist of death'' plots his ghastly tableaux with...Murder as a Fine ArtFictionDavid MorrellDarting in and out of the gaslit shadows of Victorian London, a murderer who calls himself an ''artist of death'' plots his ghastly tableaux with...2013-05-03Mulholland Books
Murder as a Fine Art by David Morrell
Genre: Fiction; Author: David Morrell; Publisher: Mulholland Books
Posted May 3 2013 — 12:00 AM EDT
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