Jack the Ripper: the Final Solution Mass Market Paperback – 4 Oct 2010
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"It is all very ingenious." "Daily Telegraph"" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Stephen Knight was a journalist and the author of ‘Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution’ and ‘The Killing of Justice Godfrey’. He also wrote a novel, ‘Requiem at Rogano’.
Stephen Knight was the writing name of Swami Puja Debal, a follower of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh. He died in 1985.
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Top Customer Reviews
Reading this, Sir William Gull makes for the perfect ripper psychologically. Not only was he a Physician (with extensive medical knowledge) but as a number of chilling recollections from his life prove, he was an avid supporter of vivisection and was capable of extreme acts of cruelty. Throw the spanner of 'Freemasonry', the espionage of a 'secret society' and the ominously convenient association of some of England's most powerful people to Sir William into the pot and you have a thrill a minute read.
We know already that Walter Sickert was a man seemingly obsessed with the ripper murders and we also know what a talented man he was artistically - whether he was also a brilliant (and lucky) story teller is for each of you to decide.
True or not - for those interested in the Whitechapel murders - 'The Final Solution' is a must buy book in my opinion.
The same clever ploy has been used again to silence any hint of masonic cover up with respect to the 'Jack the Ripper' criminal investigation and unfortunately poor Mr Knight fell for it to his everlasting shame. Can you believe that the Duke of Clarence was involved in these murders when he wasn't even in the country at the time and he was viewed as little more than a retard but his own father and grandmother? Can you believe that Dr Gull, who was over 70 at the time and had recently suffered a series of strokes, was able to carry out these brutual murders? And can you believe the word of the illegitimate offspring of Walter Sickert who first put him in the frame and then later withdrew his accusation?
I have read dozens of Ripper books over the decades and this is by far the most laughable, and that is saying something. If you want to get closer to the truth then please try reading the excellent They All Love Jack by Bruce Robinson. Quite frankly this book is just a waste of time!
If nothing else this book is a superb read and a must for anyone who likes a good conspiracy and the theory could well turn out to be "The Final Solution"
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not to be taken seriously; but was responsible for bringing many into the world of ripperologist.Published 6 months ago by steven e blomer
Great read, although some of the theories don't seem very plausible. Nevertheless, well written & enjoyable.Published 12 months ago by Amanda GRIFFITHS-JONES
A gripping tale. Is it the Real Story? Very convincing......Published 21 months ago by Jill Friendship
a good sensationalist conspiracy theory but nothing more. no historical credit what so ever.Published 22 months ago by Miss AL Clifton
I read this book 15 years ago when I lived and worked in the location of the murders. I'm re-reading it just now. Read morePublished on 14 Oct. 2010 by slinks