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A new perspective on a century old case,
This review is from: Jack the Ripper: Case Closed (Hardcover)
Although the Whitechapel murders happened well over a century ago, there is still widespread fascination with the ensuing investigation. Andrew Cook's version of events will perhaps surprise some readers, but his thorough investigative style speaks for itself. He has left no stone unturned in the hunt for the truth behind the story,resulting in a fascinating, well constructed argument. I recommend this book to anyone interested in discovering the truth behind the legend of the Ripper, and eagerly await the Channel 4 documentary.
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Initial post: 14 Jun 2009 13:49:16 BDT
Antony May says:
What a surprise! All three of the persons that have apparently read and reviewed this title mention nothing whatever in particular of the contents and have only this one review to their names in their Amazon profiles. I wonder whether the spirit of those 'enterprising Journalists' from 1888 have been at work again?
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jul 2009 04:13:22 BDT
DH Dixon says:
The idea that the crimes were all committed by different killers was done before and it was rubbish. This subject is rather important historically and it should be treated respectfully (and respectably).
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Jul 2009 12:42:36 BDT
Amazon Customer says:
People are entitled to post a review if they wish to do so but you appear to want to stop free speach
In reply to an earlier post on 2 Dec 2009 21:24:39 GMT
DH Dixon says:
I think that free speech ought to be responsible. There are many subjects that require responsibility in free speech so why not this one?
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