An Authentic and Faithful History of the Atrocious Murder of Celia Holloway: With an Accurate Account of All the Mysterious and Extraordinary Circumstances....including, Also, the Trial for the Murder, and the Extraordinary Confessions of John William Holloway...written by Himself, and Published by His Own Desire, for the Benefit of Young People, Volume 745

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W. Nute, 1832 - Murder - 366 pages
This book examines the life and trial of John Holloway who was found guilty of murdering his wife, Celia Holloway, with the help of his mistress Anne Kenneth in 1831.
 

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