Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes
by Phillip Duke
Jack the Ripper and Sherlock Holmes both lived in the same Victorian age, and the same city, London. Jack the Ripper was never caught, Sherlock Holmes never failed. It was inevitable that these two characters, one real and the other literary, would meet as they do in this book, historically accurate regarding Jack the Ripper, and true to the Sherlock Holmes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, his creator.
Sherlock Holmes's brilliant investigation identifies Jack the Ripper, and a personal meeting is arranged. Then- but read the book, and find out! If you like reading about Jack the Ripper, or about Sherlock Holmes, you will enjoy reading this book. With six illustrations, including one of Prince Albert, rumored to be Jack the Ripper.
The cover image is an authentic crime scene photograph of Jeanette Marie Kelly, a victim of the Ripper. It is one of the earliest crime scene photographs ever made.
- Phillip Duke Ph.D., November 2012
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