Jack the Ripper. A new suspect. He arrived in London on the evening of a full eclipse of the moon - a so called blood moon. Unfortunate women shivered as a darkness crept across the streets of Whitechapel. Jack took his victim's body parts, but more than that he stole their lives. They had little. He thought them worthless. But he placed such value on these women that he risked his life to possess them. This Jack isn't famous, rich, or royal, but you will have heard of him. He is a self-made man. Not for him an idle life led in the dosshouses. He chose a different course. Everyone would remember him. He wrote his name in chalk. He signed his name in ink. He hid in plain sight. Fusty Luggs portrays the lives of the murdered women with sensitivity and humour. Fusty Luggs effectively uses contemporary accounts to illustrate the horror and confusion surrounding the silent, cloaked, Whitechapel killer.
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|Size: ||959 KB|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781326438784 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|