"Crimes of Love and Passion" Brame, Geoffrey. Renin, Paul, Editor. Crimes of Love and Passion, No. 2: The Crimes of Belle Gunness, Murderess, Adultress, And Baby Farmer. A Wife as Prey: The True Story of the Notorious Arnauld de Tily Who Impersonated His Soldier Friend, Deceiving Even His Beautiful Wife [Cover Title]. [London]: Federation Press, Ltd., Gramol House, E.C. 4., c.1928. 31 pp. Stapled pamphlet in color printed wrappers. Light soiling, negligible rubbing to extremities, light browning to interior. A well-preserved copy of a rare title. $950. * This is a title in the true-crime series Crimes of Love and Passion. Originally issued around 1928 (the issues are not dated) and re-issued in the 1950s, this series had four volumes. Issue No. 2 has two parts: "Arnauld de Tily, Impersonator-Deceiver-Thief. An Amazing True Story" by Geoffrey Brame and "Belle Gunness, 'The Female Bluebeard'" by Henry K. Vernon. OCLC locates 2 copies, both re-issues (Kent State University, University of Arizona).
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