Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation

Front Cover
John Blake Publishing, 30. apr 2007 - 330 pages
The case of Jack the Ripper has at last been cracked by the one man most qualified to do so -- a former murder squad detective. Trevor Marriott casts aside the rumours which have for so long dogged the most famous police case of all time. Revealing the techniques used by modern day policemen, he skilfully and compellingly leads us straight to the criminal world's best-kept secret: the identity of Jack the Ripper. He shows the tally of victims may be far higher than previously known and that the real killer is a completely new suspect with unique access to the area of the murders. Jack the Ripper: The Forensic Profile blows all theories out of the water. For more than a hundred years, the Ripper has evaded capture but this time his luck has finally run out.

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Other editions - View all

About the author (2007)

Trevor Marriott joined the Bedfordshire Police in 1970. During his time as a detective he was assigned to murder cases and was also in Special Branch. Throughout this highly successful career, he developed a fascination with the unsolved Whitechapel murders, looking at the century-old case through the experienced eyes of a modern-day criminal investigator. The knowledge and insight into the criminal mind gained by interviewing murderers, rapists and robbers proved invaluable in his work to pinpoint the real perpetrator of Britain's most notorious serial killings.

Bibliographic information