About the blog

The purpose of this blog is to offer educational, historical information about the events surrounding the high-profile murder trial of Beatrice Pace in 1928, a case known at the time as the 'Fetter Hill Mystery'. Although based upon research conducted for the book The Most Remarkable Woman in England: Poison, Celebrity and the Trials of Beatrice Pace (Manchester University Press, 2012), the blog is a personal, non-commercial venue for scholarly information about the case itself and the broader context of the history of crime, policing, media and criminal justice in the inter-war period.

The opinions expressed here are solely those of the author, John Carter Wood and in no way necessarily reflect the views of Manchester University Press.

The author accepts no responsibility for content linked to at other sites. 

All efforts are made to ensure that photographs and other materials appearing on this cite are either public domain, used according to principles of 'fair use' or presented with the copyright owner's permission. Should you feel that your own rights as a copyright holder have been violated by something on the blog, please let me know.

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