Murder as a Fine Art Setting

David Morrell
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Strand

The strip of road where the Adelphi Theater is located.

Adelphi Theater

The theater in which a play, The Corsican Brothers, is performed. The artist of death uses this setting as his alibi.

Whitehall District

This is the district in London in which the Metropolitan Police and the detective bureau are located.

Great Scotland Yard

Great Scotland Yard is the name of the street on which the police department was located. The police department was later named after this street.

East End’s Wapping District

The district in which the multiple murders occurred in December of 1854.

Edinburgh

This is where Thomas De Quincey lives until he receives information regarding a woman from his youth named Ann.

London

This is the city in which the murders referred to as the Ratcliff Murders in 1811 and the copycat murders in 1854 occurred.

Manchester Grammar School

Thomas De Quincey attended Manchester Grammar School...

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