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Jack the Ripper: Case Closed: Review 009

The beginning was passable, but over time things just started getting boring and detached as if Cornwell distanced herself or just lost interest. She even added a journal entry that she had written explaining how she didn’t want to do the case study or write the book because it would harm her mentally. 154 more words


My kind of ghost story

The Shades of London series by Maureen Johnson

The Name of the Star (2011)

The Madness Underneath (2013)

The Shadow Cabinet (2015)

The first book in this series, … 210 more words

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The Last American Vampire by Seth Grahame-Smith (Book Review)

The Last American Vampire by Seth Grahame-Smith is one of those rare sequels that outdoes the original in both scope and vision. The first book is of course Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter which is not as ridiculous as it sounds and far better than the movie that was made from it. 382 more words

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No, That's Buckingham Palace

Wednesday, May 20th

Hyde Park is always beautiful in the morning. It was lovely to spend our last day walking the length of the park and following the Serpentine Lake. 1,367 more words


Case File: Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper. Arguably the most infamous serial killers of all time. He struck fear into the streets of Whitechapel throughout 1888, leaving his victims in plain sight for the whole East End to see. 962 more words

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A bright, sunny Saturday morning perfect for a walk around the heart of the old East End and the historic streets and alleyways of Spitalfields. We started at Aldgate East tube station outside the Whitechapel Art Gallery and wandered down streets once inhabited by the many Huguenot refugees and places linked to Jack the Ripper…..real little pockets of the past! 455 more words

Course Walks

The Ripper

Bloodstains on the bedside lamp

Time to light a fire

Round up all the evidence

Engulf the funeral pyre

Another body drained of life

Throat slit ear to ear… 103 more words

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