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Jack The Ripper Case Solved 1891

Author: J.J. Hainsworth
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 1476619131
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Is there anything new to be read about Jack the Ripper, whose identity has been sought by countless “Ripperologists” for more than 120 years? This book answers an emphatic “Yes!” Drawing on recently discovered sources, the author argues that the Ripper’s identity was no mystery to the police in 1891. Police chief Sir Melville Macnaghten claimed to know the truth from “private information,” but his source has remained unknown for more than a century. Here, the identity of Sir Melville’s informer is revealed, explaining why the Ripper was disguised as an insane surgeon for public consumption. A number of photos are included, some never before seen.

In Pursuit Of Jack The Ripper

Author: Robert A. Snow
Publisher: Robert Snow
ISBN: 9781432764340
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THE ULTIMATE COLD CASE From 1888 to 1891, London s East End was rocked by a series of brutal murders. The victims were prostitutes whose corpses were left gruesomely mutilated. These crimes came to be known as the Whitechapel murders and were attributed to an unidentified fiend who named himself Jack the Ripper . The search for his true identity consumed an enormous amount of police resources and generated more than 1,600 pages of reports but the case was never solved. Now, after 120 years of speculation and debate, this infamous serial homicide case is reexamined by a leading cold case investigator. Using modern investigation techniques and technology, author Robert A. Snow takes a fresh look at the mystery of the Whitechapel murders and the serial killer who got away with his vicious crimes. The Ripper left nothing usable at the scene of his crimes and he came and went like a ghost. It is possible, even likely, that he was interviewed by the police at some time during the course of their investigations, but was able to allay their suspicions. Jack may have been insane, but he wasn t stupid.

True Grift

Author: Jack Bunker
Publisher: Brash Books, LLC
ISBN: 1941298869
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A shrewd, darkly-funny, wildly unpredictable crime novel that evokes the very best of Elmore Leonard, John Grisham, and Carl Hiaasen A bankrupt lawyer and a greedy insurance adjuster concoct a personal injury scam involving a runaway grocery cart and recruit a half-wit golf course greenskeeper as their fall guy. But the plan goes horribly wrong, and as it spirals into a murderous fiasco, the grifters must deal with betrayals, shakedowns, bombs and mobsters to avoid prison… or worse, an early grave in a Southern California landfill.

Buried In A Book

Author: Lucy Arlington
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 110157190X
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After losing her job as a journalist at the age of forty-five, Lila Wilkins accepts an internship at A Novel Idea, a thriving literary agency in North Carolina. Being paid to read seems perfect to Lila, although it's difficult with the cast of quirky co-workers and piles of query letters. But when a penniless aspiring author drops dead in the agency's waiting room-and Lila discovers a series of threatening letters-she's determined to find out who wrote him off.

Ripperology

Author: Robin Odell
Publisher: Kent State University Press
ISBN: 9780873388610
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The first study of its kind, "Ripperology" presents a sequential history of literary investigations of Jack the Ripper's crimes and addresses the principal phases of Ripper speculations, including the RrevelationsS of highers-up in Scotland Yard who pretended to know more than they actually did.

Naming Jack The Ripper

Author: Russell Edwards
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447264231
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Bringing together ground-breaking forensic discoveries - including vital DNA evidence - and gripping historical detective work, Naming Jack the Ripper constructs the first truly convincing case for identifying the world's most notorious serial killer. In 2007, businessman Russell Edwards bought a shawl believed to have been left beside the body of the fourth victim, Catherine Eddowes. He knew that, if genuine, the shawl would be the only piece of crime scene evidence still in existence. It was the start of an extraordinary seven-year quest for Russell as he sought to authenticate the shawl and learn its secrets. He had no idea that this journey would take him so far. After undergoing extensive forensic testing by one of the country's top scientists, the shawl was not only shown to be genuine, and stained with Catherine Eddowes' blood, but in a massive breakthrough the killer's DNA was also discovered - DNA that would allow Russell to finally put a name to Jack the Ripper . . .

Portrait Of A Killer

Author: Patricia Cornwell
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0748109498
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Using the firsthand expertise she has gained through writing the bestselling Dr Kay Scarpetta novels, Patricia Cornwell has used the demanding methods of modern forensic investigation to re-examine the contemporaneous evidence in the Jack the Ripper murders. These include state-of-the-art DNA testing on various materials, computer enhancement of watermarks and expert examinations of hand-writing, paper, inks and other relics. She has also used her knowledge of profiling on the possible suspects, as well as consulting experts in the field. On presenting her conclusions to a very senior Metropolitan Police officer she learned that had the investigators of the time been presented with the facts she has unearthed her suspect would definitely have been arrested and would probably have faced trial. In the first edition of this book Patricia Cornwell named the killer as the artist, Walter Sickert. This paperback includes even more evidence for her compelling and credible conclusion. Visit the author's website on www.patricia-cornwell.com

Uncle Paul

Author: Celia Fremlin
Publisher: Courier Dover Publications
ISBN: 0486816214
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Fifteen years ago Uncle Paul's wife, Mildred, exposed him as a murderer. Now Mildred's seaside holiday forms the scene for a tense drama of suspicion, betrayal, and revenge.

Suzy S Case

Author: Andy Siegel
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 145165880X
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This wild ride of a debut thriller is packed with insider details that reveal the fascinating world of a New York lawyer who’ll stop at nothing to secure justice. Introducing Tug Wyler, a dogged and irreverent New York City personal injury and medical malpractice attorney. He is as at home on the streets as he is in the courtroom, and larger than life in both places. Once you’ve met him, you won’t ever forget him. When Henry Benson, a high-profile criminal lawyer known for his unsavory clients, recruits Tug to take over a long-pending multimillion-dollar lawsuit representing a tragically brain-damaged child, his instructions are clear: get us out of it; there is no case. Yet the moment Tug meets the disabled but gallant little Suzy Williams and June, her beautiful, resourceful mother, all bets are off. With an offbeat, self-mocking style, Tug Wyler’s a far cry from your ordinary lawyer. Unswerving in his dedication to his mostly disadvantaged clients, he understands only too well how badly they need him with the system stacked against them. Tug is honest about his own shortcomings, many of them of the profoundly politically incorrect variety, and his personal catchphrase, handy in all situations, is “At least I admit it.” When his passionate commitment to Suzy’s case thrusts him into a surreal, often violent sideshow, the ensuing danger only sharpens his obsession with learning what really happened to Suzy. Blending razor-sharp intuition, intellectual toughness, and endlessly creative legal brinkmanship, Tug determinedly works his way through a maze of well-kept secrets—encountering a cast of memorably eccentric characters along the way—to get to the truth. Among the many fresh-to-the-genre pleasures of Suzy’s Case is its eye-opening portrait of the brutally tough world of medical malpractice law in New York City, an aggressive, very-big-bucks, winner-takes-all game in which lawyers relentlessly cut corners, deals—and throats. With Andy Siegel as the expert guide to his daily home turf, that largely unseen medicolegal universe, where life—and death—always have a price, you’ll experience its addictive, risk-taking reality. The result is a stunning debut as gripping as it is unexpected, as rollicking as it is compassionate, revealing Andy Siegel to be a bright new voice of remarkable energy, wit, and style.

The Black Magic Gang

Author: Ray Saunders
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 1460265823
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Between April of 1888 and February of 1891, eleven ghastly murders took place in London's East End. They were recorded in the Metropolitan Police docket as: “The Whitechapel Murders.” Ten of the victims were known prostitutes. The other, was the headless torso of a female, who was never identified. It is however, postulated that only five of those unfortunates were killed by Jack the Ripper. “The Canonical Five.” Those murders occurred between August 31st, 1888 and November 9th of the same year. That epoch of London's history was known as: “The Autumn of Terror.” Numerous books have been written about the murders, many of the authors claiming to have discovered the true identity of the killer, professing to have solved, what can never be solved. The fact is, to this very day, no one knows. “The Black Magic Gang” is an international tale of intrigue. So much fun. A balance of serious, humorous and moving moments, with constant action, strong dialogue and with the twisted macabre. It's a fantastic tale, full of mad twists and turns. It's sacrilegious, so refreshing. It is lurid while being literate and at times lyrical, with a wicked sense of humour. What we all crave from a good read. It is a glimpse into the twisted minds of a family of British crazies on a murderous rampage, wobbling the border of madness and utter genius. And the elite group of F.B.I. agents pursuing them.