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Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?


"Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?" is a fictionalised account of the true murder of a young boy in Bradford, England that is still considered today to be one of the worst British murders in England, despite the fact that it occurred in 1888 of Victorian Times. After the author presents the facts of this fascination English crime fiction novel, will you think William Barrett is innocent? Well, you will have to read the book to find out for yourself.

This well-written, true story will transport you back to Victorian Times where McMaster skilfully brings to life the people and the city of Bradford, England presenting a well-crafted, fictionalised account of the events based on documents and trial transcripts. This is one murder mystery you won't be able to put down until the last page is turned.

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Kathryn McMaster

Kathryn McMaster is an historical crime fiction author of true and unsolved murders occurring during the Victorian and Edwardian eras. Her debut novel, "Who Killed Little Johnny Gill?" was well received and swiftly became a best seller in the free Kindle books for British Historical Fiction. Her next novel, which is in the pipeline, is a maritime triple murder mystery which is set to be released in June, 2016.


Having lived in 5 different countries during her fifty-something years, namely South Africa, New Zealand, Australia, Papua New Guinea and the United Arab Emirates, she is now retired and finally has time to write her crime fiction novels from her stone farmhouse in Tuscany, Italy. She owns 8 hectares in the beautiful Casentino Valley and raises a small flock of sheep and goats. Having named most of her sheep she finds it difficult to eat any, including an extremely obstreperous and rambunctious ram called, 'Sylvester'. However, that sentiment could change at any time!

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