After his discovery on the banks of the Thames, Inspector Marlott visits the house of artist and printmaker William Blake, who is on his deathbed. Later, Marlott confers with Nightingale, a local policeman who has been keeping watch on The Fortune of War, a public house where body snatchers are known to gather. The pair create a plan to capture a person of interest who may be able to aid them with their investigation.
Did You Know?
Boz was the 'nickname' taken by Charles Dickens at an early stage in his career, In 1836 two collections of the essays by Dickens under the name Boz were published See more
Boz the reporter uses the same name that was Charles Dickens' early pen name when he was also a reporter. However, Charles Dickens was born in 1812 and would be all of fifteen at the time of this story. See more