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Jack The Ripper: The Satanic Team
     

Jack The Ripper: The Satanic Team

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by Karen Trenouth
 
"Jack the Ripper: The Satanic Team" is the continuation of my first book, "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders." These two books represent the actual solution to the unsolved murders committed by "Jack the Ripper." Between the pages of the two books, I will present to the reader the real name of "Jack the Ripper", complete with matching handwriting samples, and

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"Jack the Ripper: The Satanic Team" is the continuation of my first book, "Epiphany of the Whitechapel Murders." These two books represent the actual solution to the unsolved murders committed by "Jack the Ripper." Between the pages of the two books, I will present to the reader the real name of "Jack the Ripper", complete with matching handwriting samples, and photographic evidence which reveals, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the identity of one of his murderous accomplices, who committed the last murder during the Autumn of Terror, 1888. Jack the Ripper was an Edinburgh-trained Surgeon, who was assisted by five Aristocrats, including Prince Albert Victor.

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ISBN-13:
9781425972370
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
01/30/2007
Pages:
124
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.32(d)

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Jack The Ripper: The Satanic Team 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The best thing about this book is that it is hilarious the worst is that I don't think it was meant to be! A work of fiction, the author uses a well-tested device of mixing actual events with imaginary ones. Unfortunately whereas masters of this genre such as Bernard Cornwell and George McDonald Fraser manage to use this ploy successfully Ms Trenouth fails miserably. The paper-thin plot revolves around a mysterious cabal who meet in secret, smoke filled rooms plotting the murder of a prostitute named Mary. The method chosen is to just start killing prostitutes and hope they get lucky! Since records show that the prostitute population of the East End at this time (1888) was about 80,000, you have to admire their determination if not their intelligence! Characters are just picked up and dumped in front of the readers with no other justification for being there other than they happen to be available. In a vain attempt to inject some interest into this abysmal nonsense, Ms Trenouth enlists the help of the usual suspects. Knights Templar, Freemasons and Devil worshippers are all thrown into the mix, Dan Brown you have a lot to answer for. Even Queen Victoria is given a walk on part which seems to consist solely of muttering `We are not amused' and handing out free pardons to anyone who requires one. All in all a badly written, poorly presented mishmash of facts (which seem to have been cut and pasted from the internet), and weak and unconvincing invention. The only possible reason for having this book is if you have a wobbly table that needs propping up!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
To learn about the murders committed by Jack The Ripper, committed in the Autumn of 1888, pick up a copy of this book. The author has done a copious amount of historical research, and utilized much sought after documentation to prove her claims. You cannot go wrong with the truth. Comes recommended by this reviewer.
rod_wilkinson More than 1 year ago
This particular book is an absorbing and thrilling look into the Whitechapel Murders of East London in the year 1888. Cleverly researched and meticulously detailed for historical crime enthusiasts alike. This book, in its full-color and beautiful format, will certainly take its place among my true crime bookshelf. Recommended.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A truly great avenue of research done by the author. She has conclusively proven that a team of Satanic Freemasons of the Royal Arch of Masonry were the assassins of these prostitutes. I have recommended the book based on the historical accuracy of the Victorian Era and the amazing information on Freemasonry found within. A wonderful cover as well. Recommended.