Jack the Ripper's Many Faces
Jack the Ripper's Many Faces is a set of four short stories that all link together and takes the reader on a quest through out the centuries, starting in the smog filled streets of Whitechapel in 1888 to the modern day busy streets on London today to finally find out, who wore Jack the Ripper's Face?
The reader will have help from some fictional versions of famous people such as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Inspector Walter Dew and maybe even Dr Crippen!
About the author: Amanda Harvey Purse is an Ripperologist and Sherlock Holmes fan, she has worked for City of London Police Museum, where she gives tours on the history of policing and crimes. She has given talks on Jack the Ripper to schools, businesses and the public.
She has written many articles for The Whitechapel Society Journal, e-book factual series called Victorian Lives behind Victorian Crimes and e-book children's series called Binky the Tabby Cat Tails.
She is also the author of two other fictional but factual Jack the Ripper books, Dead Bodies Do Tell Tales, a gothic haunting tale involving Victorian beliefs and The Strange Case of Caroline Maxwell, a detective Victorian novel involving Sherlock Holmes and the first time the reader meets the female journalist and detective Amelia Christie. The Strange Case of Caroline Maxwell has got the all important acceptance seal from The Conan Doyle Estate Ltd.
Published: 21 October 2014
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