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5.0 out of 5 stars
Utterly brilliant - all the questions answered, 1 April 2012
Not only does this book make the most believable argument for the true identity of 'Jack' the Ripper throwing all other suspects out of the water, it is also a fantastic read. I was completely engrossed from the outset and was not satisfied until I had read the very last page.
This new account makes sense of the previously unanswered questions of the case; where all the details fit and reach a logical conclusion. But most importantly provides a concrete motive for the brutal killings which I have never seen before. The more you read the more it makes sense that Jack was actually a woman. And not just any woman. The evidence put forward for the 'Lady' in question is extremely compelling. To my mind the case of Jack the Ripper has unarguably been solved.
A must read, I can not recommend it highly enough.