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  • Bloody Autumn: The Reign of Jack the Ripper by Victoria Strachan

    Hey everyone! It's been a very hot minute since I last logged on (c'est la vie) but I just thought I'd share my book. It was my dream to publish my own Ripper book for 15 years and I've finally managed to do it! It's designed to be a sort of beginners book, not that anyone here needs that, but I'm just trying to get it out there.

    Blurb below:

    "London, Whitechapel, 1888. A dark figure lurks the streets, a shadow that moves quickly, silently and leaves death in his wake. Five women fall to this spectre who then disappears without a trace. The spectre is Jack the Ripper and this is his Autumn of Terror.

    Inside you can read about the women who were killed, about the prominent figures of the investigation, and the men who may have been the killer. Find out more about the six other unsolved Whitechapel Murders and read the letters that may have been penned by Jack himself.

    Included within are testimonials from eye witnesses, police reports, and post mortems, along with newspaper articles and photographs.

    With this book, you will find everything you need to know to start your own investigation into Jack the Ripper."

    So yeah, that's my little announcement done. It's on Amazon and available as a paperback, hardback, and on Kindle.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09GZPTZ...W1TG6P4DZ6N8G3

  • #2
    Originally posted by historynerd93 View Post
    Hey everyone! It's been a very hot minute since I last logged on (c'est la vie) but I just thought I'd share my book. It was my dream to publish my own Ripper book for 15 years and I've finally managed to do it! It's designed to be a sort of beginners book, not that anyone here needs that, but I'm just trying to get it out there.

    Blurb below:

    "London, Whitechapel, 1888. A dark figure lurks the streets, a shadow that moves quickly, silently and leaves death in his wake. Five women fall to this spectre who then disappears without a trace. The spectre is Jack the Ripper and this is his Autumn of Terror.

    Inside you can read about the women who were killed, about the prominent figures of the investigation, and the men who may have been the killer. Find out more about the six other unsolved Whitechapel Murders and read the letters that may have been penned by Jack himself.

    Included within are testimonials from eye witnesses, police reports, and post mortems, along with newspaper articles and photographs.

    With this book, you will find everything you need to know to start your own investigation into Jack the Ripper."

    So yeah, that's my little announcement done. It's on Amazon and available as a paperback, hardback, and on Kindle.

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09GZPTZ...W1TG6P4DZ6N8G3
    Good luck with the book.

    I'll look forward to it being reviewed in Ripperologist.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by barnflatwyngarde View Post

      Good luck with the book.

      I'll look forward to it being reviewed in Ripperologist.
      Thank you! I sent it in to them a while ago so I live in hope

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      • #4
        Good luck with the book.
        Regards

        Herlock Sholmes

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        • #5


          Yes, good luck with the book!

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          • #6
            Thank you!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by historynerd93 View Post
              Hey everyone! It's been a very hot minute since I last logged on (c'est la vie) but I just thought I'd share my book. It was my dream to publish my own Ripper book for 15 years and I've finally managed to do it! It's designed to be a sort of beginners book, not that anyone here needs that, but I'm just trying to get it out there.

              Blurb below:

              "London, Whitechapel, 1888. A dark figure lurks the streets, a shadow that moves quickly, silently and leaves death in his wake. Five women fall to this spectre who then disappears without a trace. The spectre is Jack the Ripper and this is his Autumn of Terror.

              Inside you can read about the women who were killed, about the prominent figures of the investigation, and the men who may have been the killer. Find out more about the six other unsolved Whitechapel Murders and read the letters that may have been penned by Jack himself.

              Included within are testimonials from eye witnesses, police reports, and post mortems, along with newspaper articles and photographs.

              With this book, you will find everything you need to know to start your own investigation into Jack the Ripper."

              So yeah, that's my little announcement done. It's on Amazon and available as a paperback, hardback, and on Kindle.

              https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09GZPTZ...W1TG6P4DZ6N8G3
              Good luck with the book. Just out of interest who are the men presented in the book who may have been Jack?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by John Wheat View Post

                Good luck with the book. Just out of interest who are the men presented in the book who may have been Jack?
                Thank you! Because it's designed to be a sort of overall look at the case, I've presented multiple theories and added pros and cons as to each. So we have Tumblety, Kosminksi, Klosowski etc etc

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by historynerd93 View Post
                  Hey everyone! It's been a very hot minute since I last logged on (c'est la vie) but I just thought I'd share my book. It was my dream to publish my own Ripper book for 15 years and I've finally managed to do it! It's designed to be a sort of beginners book, not that anyone here needs that, but I'm just trying to get it out there.

                  Blurb below:

                  "London, Whitechapel, 1888. A dark figure lurks the streets, a shadow that moves quickly, silently and leaves death in his wake. Five women fall to this spectre who then disappears without a trace. The spectre is Jack the Ripper and this is his Autumn of Terror.

                  Inside you can read about the women who were killed, about the prominent figures of the investigation, and the men who may have been the killer. Find out more about the six other unsolved Whitechapel Murders and read the letters that may have been penned by Jack himself.

                  Included within are testimonials from eye witnesses, police reports, and post mortems, along with newspaper articles and photographs.

                  With this book, you will find everything you need to know to start your own investigation into Jack the Ripper."

                  So yeah, that's my little announcement done. It's on Amazon and available as a paperback, hardback, and on Kindle.

                  https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B09GZPTZ...W1TG6P4DZ6N8G3
                  congrats on your book!
                  "Is all that we see or seem
                  but a dream within a dream?"

                  -Edgar Allan Poe


                  "...the man and the peaked cap he is said to have worn
                  quite tallies with the descriptions I got of him."

                  -Frederick G. Abberline

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                  • #10
                    I think John Wheat wants to know what you have to say about William Bury, if anything.

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                    • #11
                      I think Scott Nelson wants to know if there's a complimentary copy.

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                      Thems the Vagaries.....

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Al Bundy's Eyes View Post
                        I think Scott Nelson wants to know if there's a complimentary copy.

                        Well, I'd be happy to send one or two out to anyone interested

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by historynerd93 View Post

                          Well, I'd be happy to send one or two out to anyone interested
                          I'd definitely be interested.

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