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Mr Utterson, a lawyer, is dismayed to read the last will and testament of his old friend Dr Henry Jekyll. It states that if he disappears one Edward Hyde should step into his shoes. But who is this unpleasant, secretive man call Hyde and why do clues to the murder of a distinguished MP lead only to him? In this chilling tale of good and evil, Stevenson gives us the first glimpse of the split personality in literature.
- Publication Date:
- 17 / 11 / 2000
- 129 x 198mm