The Cutbush Connections: In Flowers, Blood and the Ripper case

In the year of 1888, a killer now known as Jack the Ripper, roamed the streets of Whitechapel and the City of London. Being a policeman within this period can seem to make anyone famous for being just that. However, some names might stick in our minds better than others and we might not instantly think of this policeman, at first. And yet, if we search for him we might find, through suggestions and opinions that this policeman may have stronger links to this case without him even trying... Was he related to a Jack the Ripper suspect? What does his sudden and shocking death mean? However, shouldn't we try to get to know this man's family tree? Shouldn't we try to find out about the man behind the career? The life before the death? In The Cutbush Connections: Please meet Superintendent Charles Henry Cutbush. We will discover his background through his interesting family members. We will imagine him being carried into church as a baby, a young man taking on responsibilities and when he moves to London to become a policeman, having a family of his own. We learn of the cases he may have been involved in, including the Jack the Ripper case. With new information inside this book, we can perhaps ask more questions as we try to understand the sudden passing of him. So maybe, just maybe, he will be more than his suggested connections to a Ripper suspect. Maybe he will be more than just the way he died. Maybe Charles Henry Cutbush will be more than a name within a famous case and maybe together, we can all think of him as the human being that above all else, he simply was.
ISBN: 9781788765299
Type: Paperback
Pages: 314
Published: 28 September 2018
Price: $12.95