Renowned digital photographer, Maggie Thornhill, coins a new definition when a friend turns out to be the fifth victim in a series of grisly Georgetown murders.
As a professor of digital photography, Maggie works with law enforcement to analyze the photographs from the present day killings only to discover their resemblance to the murders of Jack the Ripper.
A century earlier, in Victorian London, brutally murdered prostitutes found in the East End baffle police. Despite help from Dr. Arthur Conan Doyle, little progress is made. High-powered suspects like Prince Albert Victor, the Queen's grandson, make solving the case considerably more difficult. Desperate, the police turn to actor, John Wilkerson, to recreate the crimes on stage.
With the aid of DNA technology, long-lost forensic evidence from the last of Jack the Ripper's canonical murders is tied to a living heir today. This final link could change history as we know it.
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About the Author
With a Masters' Degree in Science and 28 years as a science museum director, Lynne Kennedy has had the opportunity to study history and forensic science, both of which play significant roles in her novels. Including Time Lapse, she has written five historical mysteries, each solved by modern technology.
She is the winner of the San Diego Book Awards for Best Mystery, Sisters in Crime, the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Award for Best Mystery, and two B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Awards for Independent Books of High Standards.
She blogs regularly and has many loyal readers and fans. Visit her website at: www.lynnekennedymysteries.com