Jack the Ripper : quest for a killer / M.J. Trow.

For a hundred and twenty years, the identity of the Whitechapel murderer known to us as Jack the Ripper has both eluded us and spawned a veritable industry of speculation. This book names him. Mad doctors, Russian lunatics, bungling midwives, railway policemen, failed barristers, weird artists, roya...

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Main Author: Trow, M. J.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published:South Yorkshire : True Crime, 2009.
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a List of Maps; List of Plates; Acknowledgements; Chapter 1: The Problem: The House That Jack Built; Chapter 2: The Solution: The Murder Map of Whitechapel; Chapter 3: Looking into the Abyss; Chapter 4: The Unusual Suspects; Chapter 5: The Trigger -- Annie Millwood; Chapter 6: Gone for a Soldier -- Martha Tabram; Chapter 7: 'Never Such a Brutal Affair' -- Polly Nichols; Chapter 8: 'I Must Pull Myself Together' -- Annie Chapman; Chapter 9: 'Anything But Your Prayers' -- Liz Stride; Chapter 10: 'Goodnight, Old Cock' -- Kate Eddowes; Chapter 11: 'Oh Murder!' -- Mary Jane Kelly 
505 8 |a Chapter 12: The End of the Road -- 'Clay Pipe' Alice McKenzieChapter 13: 'Oh, Have You Seen the Devil?'; Notes; Bibliography; Index 
520 |a For a hundred and twenty years, the identity of the Whitechapel murderer known to us as Jack the Ripper has both eluded us and spawned a veritable industry of speculation. This book names him. Mad doctors, Russian lunatics, bungling midwives, railway policemen, failed barristers, weird artists, royal princes and white-eyed men. All of these and more have been put in the frame for the Whitechapel murders. Where ingenious invention and conspiracy theories have failed, common sense has floated out of the window. M.J. Trow, in this gripping historical reinvestigation, cuts through the fog of specul. 
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