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I am decidedly late to this, I realize, but after anxiously awaiting Tom's book for so long I am now thoroughly enjoying it.

Thank you Tom. As always your style is one that causes me to think harder on subjects and question things that I assumed were settled. Really, that is the greatest accomplishment someone can have.

Might I ask, have you done any press for this book or interviews or anything? I quite enjoyed listening to the podcasts and interviews that came out around the time of The Bank Holiday Murders release.
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I am decidedly late to this, I realize, but after anxiously awaiting Tom's book for so long I am now thoroughly enjoying it.

Thank you Tom. As always your style is one that causes me to think harder on subjects and question things that I assumed were settled. Really, that is the greatest accomplishment someone can have.

Might I ask, have you done any press for this book or interviews or anything? I quite enjoyed listening to the podcasts and interviews that came out around the time of The Bank Holiday Murders release.
Dane! Great to see you. You're not late to anything. I'm pretty sure the case ain't getting any colder. I haven't yet done any podcasts but I've got a bunch coming up. I'm hoping for two episodes of Rippercast and MAYBE another with a debate between myself and Ed Stow, if enough people are interested in hearing it. Aside from that there'll be a bunch of others I'll post about as they happen. I GREATLY appreciate you reading the book and taking the time to post about it.

Yours truly,

Tom Wescott
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When have you known me to invest too much in anyone's thinking? Aside from Debs, of course.

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Tom Wescott
Ive known you to invest too much in the thinking of the anonymous poster who told you that you had wrath coming your way from my side, making you react by calling Edward my master.
Otherwise, no - you normally stand on your own two feet, right or wrong.
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Ive known you to invest too much in the thinking of the anonymous poster who told you that you had wrath coming your way from my side, making you react by calling Edward my master.
Otherwise, no - you normally stand on your own two feet, right or wrong.
No, I just didn't know you read this thread, so I was talking some s**t about you. Let it go. People like to say a certain researcher does all my work for me. You think that bothers me? It's cute! And what's this 'right or wrong' business? What's this obsession everyone has with me having to be wrong? Is it the end of the world or something if you're wrong? Is that why everyone plays it so damn safe? If I could say one thing to Ripperology it's stop taking yourself so seriously and have fun with it. When it's not boring it IS fun you know.

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Tom Wescott
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