The Fall River Tragedy: A History Of The Borden Murders
by Edwin H. Porter
Publisher: Geo. R. H. Buffinton 1893
Number of pages: 322
A plain statement of the material facts pertaining to the most famous crime of the century, including the story of the arrest and preliminary trial of Miss Lizzie A. Borden and a full report of the Superior Court trial, with a hitherto unpublished account of the renowned Trickey-McHenry affair: Compiled from official sources and profusely illustrated with original engravings.
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