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Epiphany Of The Whitechapel Murders
     

Epiphany Of The Whitechapel Murders

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by Karen Trenouth
 

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This book details the reasons behind the Whitechapel Murders of 1888, how the murders occurred, who was responsible, and how this series of murders was linked to another infamous scandal that rocked all of England a year later. The identity of "Jack the Ripper" will be revealed as this previously untold story unfolds.

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This book details the reasons behind the Whitechapel Murders of 1888, how the murders occurred, who was responsible, and how this series of murders was linked to another infamous scandal that rocked all of England a year later. The identity of "Jack the Ripper" will be revealed as this previously untold story unfolds.

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ISBN-13:
9781425934163
Publisher:
Authorhouse
Publication date:
01/01/2001
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

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Epiphany Of The Whitechapel Murders 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After having just read this book, I must say that the author is very knowledgeable on the history of the case. I believed her case completely and I recommend the book to anyone who really wants to know what happened in the Autumn of Terror, 1888. I have read many books on the subject and this one was the best laid out that I have ever seen. I have even read the Casebook: Jack the Ripper website and only the victims' autobiographies were taken from that site the rest of the book is of the author's own creative invention. Plus, she found the Baphomet idol as evidence that a Freemason who worships demons was the killer. Very recommended for all!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book on the Jack the Ripper murders committed in Whitechapel in 1888 was quite interesting. The plot was convincing compared to other theories that have been proposed. The theory revolves around a quintet of Aristocrats who also practice satanism are responsible for the ghastly murders of 6 prostitutes. Everyone has heard of the mystery of Jack the Ripper and most people believed that he was a lone wolf in a top hat and cape, carrying a medical bag in one hand and his bloody knife in the other. This book, by Karen Trenouth proves that the opposite is true and that the murderers were evil, yet could hide it well and mostly lived normally. Great book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Jack the Ripper has always been a fascinating topic for me, and I tend to be rather choosy when it comes to reading material on the subject, so I bought this book somewhat hesitantly. After reading it, I was so glad that I did since I was plunged into the characters' lives and minds. The author did a marvelous job of evoking real empathy for the Whitechapel victims. I must admit that I could actually feel their emotions and hear their thoughts as they walked the cold, dark, frightful streets. The victim's photos were very graphic, but it succeeded in giving the victims a face; not just a name. I highly recommend readership!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders is a well-written book by Ms. Trenouth, who clearly spent alot of her time on research of the Jack the Ripper series of murders. This is a very talented author who is going to make great strides in both New York and Hollywood. Fresh theory, new suspects and long-lost evidence make for an enjoyable reading pleasure. Make sure to pick up your copy before they all run out because this book is going all the way to the top of the NY Times best-seller's list. Highly recommended to everyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As someone who prides thenselves on having read anything and everything regarding the Whitechapel Murders of 1888.This is truly laughable...Ms Trenouth has obviously done no serious research whatsover merely cut and pasted from the 'Casebook Jack the Ripper' website.Sad that one who could maybe have a serious interest in the case, has to resort to self publication to prove her 'case' VERY disappointing and at the end of the day mildly amusing!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Another tired rehash of the Royal Conspiracy. The book really needs the services of a good proofreader and the research is weak. Maybe if it had been a fictional account, it might have worked--but then From Hell already covered the same ground much better.