Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution

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Academy Chicago Publishers, 1986 - 288 páginas
Who really was Jack the Ripper? Was he a solitary assassin lurking in the shadows of gaslit London? Or was Jack the Ripper three men: two killers and an accomplice? In this work the author investigates all aspects of this strange case shrouded in mystery and misconception. The discovery of the murders is described by the men who were there, and evidence reveals that the hitherto unsolved Ripper murders were in fact a culmination of a full-scale cover-up organized at the highest level of government.

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Crítica de los usuarios  - EricCostello - LibraryThing

You can stack rubbish to the sky, and at the end of the day...you have a very large stack of rubbish. I can see why the theory propounded by the author in this book was popular; it's a very anti ... Leer comentario completo

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Crítica de los usuarios  - PaulStott - LibraryThing

If this is the best 'Ripperologists' can do, its no wonder the mystery remains unsolved! Given Knight could not see through the Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh my hopes were not high, but even I did not expect ... Leer comentario completo

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Professor Stephen Knight Teaches in the English Department at the University of Wales at Cardiff.

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