Poisoners are usually both clever and devious. 'Nurse' Waddingham was certainly not the former, but definitely the latter. September 1935 brought to Nottingham what would prove the most famous murder in the City during the inter-war years. This centred on a 'bogus' Nurse named Dorothea Nancy Waddingham and her lover Ronald Joseph Sullivan. And the kind act of an invalid resident in the un-registered Nursing Home at 32 Devon Drive, Sherwood. Until now this callous murder has been written about most inaccurately in anthologies of murder. Now a new book written by Stephen Morris, a medical author for 45 years, with a clinical eye for significant medical, forensic and legal detail, clearly relates the true facts. This is a definitive account of the Coroner's Inquest into the death of Ada Baguley and the participants of this and the trial of Waddingham and Sullivan in February 1936.