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Roger Dalrymple, Crippen

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Welcome to our series of Author talks at The National Archives

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110 years to the day after the execution of Dr Crippen, Roger Dalrymple talks about how this murder caused a sensation at the time, that still resonates today. Drawing on official records, Roger Dalrymple examines the case itself and the public's fascination with the brutal crime.

This talk will conclude with a live Q&A with Roger Dalrymple.

A signed copy of the book with a The National Archives bookplate and a 'signed by the author' ribbon can be purchased at checkout for £40.00 and comes with free delivery.

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Roger Dalrymple is Associate Dean in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University.

This online talk will be presented on Zoom. You will be emailed an access link shortly before the event is due to start.

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