Bad Penny Blues book reviewed

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We mentioned Bad Penny Blues by Cathi Unsworth a while back – now we have a full review online.

Set initially in the Absolute Beginners era in London, before moving into the mid-60s, it's a re-telling of the real Jack the Stripper murders of the era through the eyes of two people, fashion designer Stella and police detective Pete Bradley. The former has psychic powers that 'tune into' the last moments of the murdered girls, the latter, by accident, is assigned to find the killer, but finds himself instead immersed on the crime and corruption of the city.

Check out the review online right now, with the book retailing for under £5.

Bad Penny Blues book review at Modculture

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