There is nothing more alluring to a reader than the promise of opening a new book and instantly being transported into the story without a second thought to your comfy chair, cup of coffee, or a single care for the outside world, but that is exactly what “Stalking Jack the Ripper” does with immeasurable ease. 696 more words
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A private investigator claims to have cracked the infamous case—and top Ripper experts are taking note.
I wrote recently about some of the basic choices writers must make when they first begin to write their novel – tense, point of view and perspective – and another of those basic choices is the format of the book. 782 more words
4 of the 6 Jack the Ripper murder sites are in the process of being destroyed by construction works at the moment, and a fifth has long been destroyed and not worth visiting. 209 more words
When my husband and I went to Prague, Czech Republic two years ago, we joined a FREE WALKING TOUR. If you are new to the concept of a free walking tour, this basically means that you do not have to pay before hand the tour that you want to join. 690 more words
Who was Jack the Ripper? A woman hating Jew or an abortion doctor gone mad? What would drive someone to mutilate women, specifically prostitutes? Bad service? 54 more words