It is a summer's night in 1860. In an elegant detached Georgian house in the village of Road, Wiltshire, all is quiet. Behind shuttered windows the Ke...
ProDetailed, interesting, well-researched
Conslong-winded, rambles off the point too much
Prooften interesting and discusses aspects of the cas...
Conslacks a sense of cohesion and is overly detailed i...
ProSome fascinating insights
ConsToo objective and factual at times
ProAn incredible well written and fascinating book - ...
ConsNone, none, none!!!
ConsRambles a bit at the end
Profantastic book combining a detective story with a ...
ProAn interesting case, fascinating look into Victori...
ConsQuite boring, no characterisation, too much like a...
ProFascinating story of a Victorian crime
ConsMaybe a little too much general background detail ...
ProBeautifully written, captivating read
ConsNot a novel, so not to everyone's taste
ProA thoroughly researched book on Early Policing and...
ConsNot what it leads you to believe it is.
ProVery well researched and lays out all the facts
ConsTitle is misleading
ProWell structured, informative
ConsSometimes a little difficult to read
ProIt's genuinely interesting and you want to know mo...
ConsIt poses many unanswered questions that some peopl...
Genre: Crime & Law
Title: The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: Or the Murder at Road Hill House
Author: Kate Summerscale
Listed on Ciao since: 27/05/2008