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The Fictional Legrand

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The Fictional Legrand

Post by Karen on Thu 20 May 2010 - 23:26

It seems that a fictional novel about the character known as Charles Legrand was already penned in 1889 just one year after the Ripper case. I guess dredging up this same fictional account by the publication of a new book is not a good idea. Might as well buy the book illustrated by Miss Emilie Bayard and written by one of the earliest Ripper authors, CHARLES LEGRAND. Maybe Carlo Sesicovitch, alias Howard Adams, alias Legrand, alias Grandy, alias the Dutchman, alias the Colonel, plus many others, adopted the name of the fictional character depicted in this book.



The Society for the Exploitation of the Dutch translating for the Amsterdam Courant will issue:
Charles Legrand, The Assassin, great new novel, beautifully illustrated by Emilie Bayard, Amsterdam, 8 July 1889

Source: Nieuwsblad Voor Den Boekhandel, Volume 56, Page 387

Information about the novel can be found here:

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