Uncle Jack

Williams, Tony

9780752867083

ISBN 10: 0752867083 / 0-7528-6708-3
ISBN 13: 9780752867083

Publication Date: 2005

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Synopsis:

The Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 have remained as some of the great unsolved cases in British criminal history - until now. This book presents new evidence on the killings in order to explain plausible and consistent methods and motives - as well as unveiling the true identity of the killer.


 

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Uncle Jack (Hardback) (ISBN: 9780752867083)
Williams, Tony
ISBN 10: 0752867083
ISBN 13: 9780752867083
Bookseller: The Book Depository (Gloucester, UK, United Kingdom)
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Book Description: Orion Publishing Co, United Kingdom, 2005. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 242 x 160 mm. Brand New Book. The person identified as the killer of five women in London East End in 1888 has never before been named a suspect in more than a hundred years of intense speculation. The co-author of the book is the great-great-nephew of the killer, who discovered extraordinary evidence while researching his illustrious ancestor. He did not set out to find Jack the Ripper, and did not want to believe that his great-great-uncle could have been responsible. But the evidence is incontrovertible. The killer was a very eminent man in his field, and naming him will cause huge shockwaves in the places where he is still venerated. No one has ever been able to find any evidence linking any of the suspects to the victims. This book puts forward clear evidence connecting the killer to three of the five victims, and circumstantial evidence connecting him to the other two. Patricia Cornwell s international bestseller PORTRAIT OF A KILLER may have established that artist Walter Sickert wrote incriminating letters, but all other authorities (including the police) have always believed that the letters were a hoax and were not written by the killer. The authors prove that their suspect was in Whitechapel at the same time as the crimes were committed, and had the knowledge and skills which the nature of the murders required. For the first time, the book presents a consistent and plausible explanation for every aspect of the case, meeting all the key criteria of method, motive and opportunity. It also explains why the murders stopped as suddenly as they started. The authors have even discovered what they believe to be the murder weapon. Further forensic testing may be able to establish this beyond any reasonable doubt. Bookseller Inventory # WBC9780752867083

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Uncle Jack (Hardback) (ISBN: 9780752867083)
Williams, Tony
ISBN 10: 0752867083
ISBN 13: 9780752867083
Bookseller: The Book Depository US (Gloucester, ., United Kingdom)
Bookseller Rating: 5-star rating
Quantity Available: 10

Book Description: Orion Publishing Co, United Kingdom, 2005. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 242 x 160 mm. Brand New Book. The person identified as the killer of five women in London East End in 1888 has never before been named a suspect in more than a hundred years of intense speculation. The co-author of the book is the great-great-nephew of the killer, who discovered extraordinary evidence while researching his illustrious ancestor. He did not set out to find Jack the Ripper, and did not want to believe that his great-great-uncle could have been responsible. But the evidence is incontrovertible. The killer was a very eminent man in his field, and naming him will cause huge shockwaves in the places where he is still venerated. No one has ever been able to find any evidence linking any of the suspects to the victims. This book puts forward clear evidence connecting the killer to three of the five victims, and circumstantial evidence connecting him to the other two. Patricia Cornwell s international bestseller PORTRAIT OF A KILLER may have established that artist Walter Sickert wrote incriminating letters, but all other authorities (including the police) have always believed that the letters were a hoax and were not written by the killer. The authors prove that their suspect was in Whitechapel at the same time as the crimes were committed, and had the knowledge and skills which the nature of the murders required. For the first time, the book presents a consistent and plausible explanation for every aspect of the case, meeting all the key criteria of method, motive and opportunity. It also explains why the murders stopped as suddenly as they started. The authors have even discovered what they believe to be the murder weapon. Further forensic testing may be able to establish this beyond any reasonable doubt. Bookseller Inventory # WBC9780752867083

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