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Jack - The Grim Ripper By Maurice Lipton
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For over a hundred years the hunt for Jack the Ripper has proved to be abortive. Now after thirty years of research the Ripper can be unmasked. The new evidence uncovered proves conclusively who the... More > Ripper was.< Less
Jack - The Grim Ripper By Maurice Lipton
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For over a hundred years the hunt for Jack the Ripper has proved to be abortive. Now after thirty years of research the Ripper can be unmasked. The new evidence uncovered proves conclusively who the... More > Ripper was.< Less
Jack : The Grim Ripper By Maurice Lipton
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For over a hundred years the hunt for Jack the Ripper has proved to be abortive. Now after thirty years of research the Ripper can be unmasked. The new evidence uncovered proves conclusively who the... More > Ripper was.< Less
Jack the Ripper - Prince or Pauper By Dr Scott Shaw-Smith
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Who was Jack the Ripper, What were his motives and what do we know about him
Case Computer Jack the Ripper By Justin Tully
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Case Computer Jack the Ripper is the story of a group of people unsuspectingly getting involved with a high tech computer. One of them uses it and then gets thrown back to London in September of 1888... More > with one of the most scariest killers in history on the loose. Dangerous times happening down in Whitechapel and he was now involved in it whether he wants to be or not...< Less
Has Jack the Ripper Returned? By Lyndia Glover
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Has Jack the Ripper returned to London? One-hundred years after the brutal murders in the White Chapel District, three prostitutes are dead. Each victim is murdered in the same manner as the original... More > victims. What maniac could be committing such horrible crimes? London has not seen such violence since Jack the Ripper murders! Inspector Jiles enlists the assistance of Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) to solve these cases! Thirty-second book in the series. New books added often.< Less
Has Jack the Ripper Returned? By Lyndia Glover
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Has Jack the Ripper returned to London? One-hundred years after the brutal murders in the White Chapel District, three prostitutes are dead. Each victim is murdered in the same manner as the original... More > victims. What maniac could be committing such horrible crimes? London has not seen such violence since Jack the Ripper murders! Inspector Jiles enlists the assistance of Detective Cheerie (large male cream colored cat) to solve these cases! **Thirty-second book in the series.** Watch for new books!< Less
Jack the Ripper: Case Solved? By G Alexander
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Mary Kelly had picked up the name ‘Marie-Jeanette’ while staying in Paris. Had the latter got into some kind of trouble while staying in this city and had the killer then followed her... More > into London’s East End? The Whitechapel Murders took place over a period of a little more than two months and ended just as swiftly as they had started. Had the assailant taken the lives of his other victims so as to cover his own tracks or had it been a case of mistaken identity? In this book I make the case that a close relative of the Post-Impressionist artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec took the law into their own hands when they discovered the artist was dying of syphilis. Having obtained the suspect woman’s name from one of Lautrec’s letters to his own mother, she was finally tracked down to 13, Miller’s Court.< Less
Florence Maybrick and Jack the Ripper By Kieran James
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The criminal trial of Mrs Florence Maybrick, held in Liverpool, England during the height of the British Empire 1889, is widely regarded as one of the greatest travesties of justice in British legal... More > history. Mrs Maybrick was tried for murdering her husband via arsenic poisoning. However, the trial became a morality trial when the learned judge, Mr Justice James Fitzjames Stephen, linked Mrs Maybrick’s demonstrated adultery to her alleged desire to physically remove her husband by administering poison. The jury, which pronounced a guilty verdict, consisted of twelve untrained and unschooled men who were unable to grasp the technical evidence and were probably unduly influenced by the judge’s summing-up and by the professional status of one of the medical witnesses for the prosecution. The case is a timely reminder today for an international audience of the fallibility and inherent weaknesses of the legal system and the desperate need to retain Courts of Criminal Appeal within the courts system.< Less
Florence Maybrick and Jack the Ripper By Kieran James
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The criminal trial of Mrs Florence Maybrick, held in Liverpool, England during the height of the British Empire 1889, is widely regarded as one of the greatest travesties of justice in British legal... More > history. Mrs Maybrick was tried for murdering her husband via arsenic poisoning. However, the trial became a morality trial when the learned judge, Mr Justice James Fitzjames Stephen, linked Mrs Maybrick’s demonstrated adultery to her alleged desire to physically remove her husband by administering poison. The jury, which pronounced a guilty verdict, consisted of twelve untrained and unschooled men who were unable to grasp the technical evidence and were probably unduly influenced by the judge’s summing-up and by the professional status of one of the medical witnesses for the prosecution. The case is a timely reminder today for an international audience of the fallibility and inherent weaknesses of the legal system and the desperate need to retain Courts of Criminal Appeal within the courts system.< Less