Murder as a Fine Art OverviewMurder As A Fine Art tells of a man named Thomas De Quincey - a writer who exposes his own weakness for Laudanum and the addiction he endures while writing about infamous murder cases in great detail and with uncanny accuracy. De Quincey writes about the Ratcliffe Highway murders in 1811's London and is then lured from his home in Edinburgh to London in 1854 to witness the recreation of these murders in even more fantastic detail. He and his daughter Emily join Detective Ryan and Constable Becker in the search for the killer, and author David Morrell weaves a twisted tale of family heritage, madness, and mayhem in the journey to stop a son from following in his father's footsteps.
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