The judges and the judged 2 editions
A typical, not very deep, book of its time about past criminal cases and the judges involved. None of the cases are gone into in any great detail and, for the modern reader, there is little debate about the morality or efficacy of capital pubishment.
Some of the facts can be disputed, e.g. on the last page of the book it states that Constance Kent (Road Hill House murderer) had died in the 1890s, when in fact she was alive and well and living in Australia. Nevertheless it is worth a light-hearted read.
2 editions First published in 1926
1926, Dodd, MeadThe judges and the judged.
1926, John LaneThe judges and the judged
Hardback in English
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|May 25, 2012||Edited by Christopher Thompson||Description added by British book collector.|
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