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A murder mystery in 19th-century Dublin
Thomas Morris recounts a strange historical cold case revolving around a body found in a railway office that was locked from the inside
Thomas Morris speaks to Ellie Cawthorne about his book The Dublin Railway Murder, which reconstructs a strange historical cold case from 1856, revolving around a body discovered in a railway station office that was locked from the inside.
Thomas Morris is the author of The Dublin Railway Murder: The Sensational True Story of a Victorian Murder Mystery (Harvill Secker, 2021)