Apologies to the Cat's Meat Man: A Novel of Annie Chapman, the Second Victim of Jack the Ripper

Apologies to the Cat's Meat Man: A Novel of Annie Chapman, the Second Victim of Jack the Ripper

by Alan M. Clark

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Apologies to the Cat's Meat Man: A Novel of Annie Chapman, the Second Victim of Jack the Ripper by Alan M. Clark

Annie Chapman led a hard, lower class life in filthy 19th century London. Late in life, circumstances and and her choices led her to earn her crust by solicitation. After a bruising brawl with another woman over money and a man, she lost her lodgings and found herself sleeping rough. That dangerous turn of events delivered her into the hands of London’s most notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper.

Contrasting her last week alive with the experiences of her earlier life, the author helps readers understand how she might have made the decisions that put her in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998846613
Publisher: IFD Publishing
Publication date: 04/24/2017
Series: Jack the Ripper Victims Series
Pages: 158
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.37(d)

About the Author

Alan M. Clark grew up in Tennessee in a house full of bones and old medical books. He has created illustrations for hundreds of books, including works of fiction of various genres, nonfiction, textbooks, young adult fiction, and children's books. Awards for his illustration work include the World Fantasy Award and four Chesley Awards. As of spring of 2017, he is the author of18 books, including eleven novels, a lavishly illustrated novella, four collections of fiction, and a nonfiction full-color book of his artwork. Mr. Clark's company, IFD Publishing, has released 43 titles of various editions, including traditional books, both paperback and hardcover, audio books, and ebooks by such authors as F. Paul Wilson, Elizabeth Engstrom, and Jeremy Robert Johnson. Alan M. Clark and his wife, Melody, live in Oregon. www.alanmclark.com

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