Remarkably detailed recreation of the peculiar mid-nineteenth century murder of a chief cashier and theft at a Dublin railway terminus. The intricacies of the case and the police search are well handled, while the trial of the likely culprit is gripping, even shocking, to the contemporary reader.
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