Murder at Whitechapel Road Station
The page-turning wartime murder mystery
Allison & Busby Ltd
April, 1941. Detective Chief Inspector Coburg and Sergeant Lampson are called to the former Whitechapel Road tube station when the body of a woman is discovered. Her body was found in an isolated part of the subterranean area away from the platforms currently being used as air raid shelters. She had been strangled and her body eviscerated.
When Coburg and Lampson examine the scene, they find an old Victorian doctor's case containing surgical tools. Has it been deliberately left to be discovered? Forensic examination dates the case and contents as being from the late nineteenth century. Could this be another of Jack the Ripper's victims? Coburg and Lampson have a very puzzling case to solve .