Victorian Rules is a collection of six Victorian true crimes where the person responsible was not convicted.
What do President John Adamsí great-grandson Johnson Lynch, former Saratoga police officer John McDermott and John Pair, a simple barber, all have in common? They were shot.
What do a highly successful businessman from Batavia, a fire chief, and a disgruntled brother-in-law all have in common? They pulled the trigger.
Add to these stories the case of a doctor in Saratoga who smuggled the body of a patient down the stairs so that other boarders would not find out about the death and the case of a man who used five different names and you have great reading.