The Complete History of Jack the Ripper

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Little, Brown Book Group, 1. märts 2012 - 160 pages
The murders in London between 1888-91 attributed to Jack the Ripper constitute one of the most mysterious unsolved criminal cases. This story is the result of many years meticulous research. The author reassesses all the evidence and challenges everything we thought we knew about the Victorian serial killer and the vanished East End he terrorized.
 

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This is complete resource for those that follow the Jack the Ripper murders.The author give complete details of the crimes and even photos (some are quite gruesome).This is the first crime where ... Read full review

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Kasutaja arvustus  - kathleen586 - LibraryThing

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to know more about the Whitechapel murders and Jack the Ripper. The author sticks to the facts, which is essential in this kind of book. There is a lot of ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
A Century of Final Solutions
Mysterious Murder inGeorge Yard 3 Withoutthe Slightest Shadow ofa Trace 4 Leather Apron
DarkAnnie 6 The Man in the Passage and other Chapman Murder Myths
The Panic and the Police
The Kingof Elthorne Road 9 Double Event
Long
Letters from Hell
In the Shadow of the Ripper
I wantto go to the Lord Mayors Show 16 Oh Murder
The End of the Terror
Montague John Druitt
Aaron Kosminski
Michael Ostrog 22 Youve got Jack the Ripper at last George Chapman Last Thoughts
Sources Notes

False Leads
Dont Fear for Me

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A comprehensive account of London's celebrated East End killer, revised and updated. The murders in London between 1888-91 attributed to Jack the Ripper constitute one of the most mysterious unsolved criminal cases. This story is the result of many years meticulous research. The author reassesses all the evidence and challenges everything we thought we knew about the Victorian serial killer and the vanished East End he terrorized.

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