The Man Who Would Be Jack

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The Man Who Would Be Jack

The Man Who Would Be Jack By David Bullock The Man Who Would Be Jack In two years after the last Ripper murder Detective Inspector William Race met with two journalists working for The Sun and told them that he knew the identity of Jack The Ripper Thomas Hayne C

  • Title: The Man Who Would Be Jack
  • Author: David Bullock
  • ISBN: 9781849543408
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Man Who Would Be Jack By David Bullock In 1893, two years after the last Ripper murder, Detective Inspector William Race met with two journalists working for The Sun and told them that he knew the identity of Jack The Ripper Thomas Hayne Cutbush This book re examines Race s and the journalists findings.
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    1. Merryl Todd on said:

      2.5 stars.This book is a mix of fact and fictionalised interactions between the characters which I feel detracts from a book purporting to identify the man who was Jack the Ripper At times it seems like the author was in two minds as to whether to write a Ripper or a biography of the two Sun journalists, who investigated Cutbush and published their stories in 1984 As with most Ripper books any evidence suggesting the authors preferred suspect might have been the Ripper is used and any which isn [...]

    2. Diana Davis on said:

      The Man Who Would Be Jack The Hunt for the Real RipperApr 4, 2017by David BullockI voluntarily received a copy of this book for review purposesAnother book for Ripperologists, presenting yet another suspect However, rather than ripping up priceless paintings like a certain author, Bullock writes like a journalist scholar with extensive background and end notes while leaving out the gore and blood that most Ripperologists seem to dwell on.Handled like a dissertation or a lengthy news report, eve [...]

    3. Susan Johnston on said:

      Princess Fuzzypants here More than a century and a quarter after the events in Whitechapel, Jack the Ripper still fascinates I confess I am enthralled with the stories and, like so many, have swayed to and fro on the identity of the real killer So many books and movies have tried to answer the big question who was he This is an excellent, well written, highly researched and compelling piece of journalism Bullard has taken an expose from 1894 and examined it from all sides to come to the conclusi [...]

    4. Anny on said:

      Although this is just another book about Jack the Ripper,it put emphasis on the victims and the social condition at the time Those women were not just victims in the hand of Jack but also the victims of the Victorian society in 1880s Yet the book was not heavy going like some books laced with quotations from newspapers or books from that period If you want gory details and gruesome scenes like most books of the same subject, you will still get that from this book However,to me it was rather lik [...]

    5. Amy Adams on said:

      I ve always been fascinated by the Jack the Ripper case and this book was an interesting look into the lives of all involved Not only does it discuss the murders, it focuses a lot on the lives of the victims and the police and journalists who aided in the case This book comes from a different angle than most true crime books The appendix in the back also tell the story of the mystery involved and how there were many other people thought to be the ripper and his victims.

    6. TheWhistler on said:

      It is obvious that the author has done his homework An interesting theory but as always a theory Since there is very little evidence from the time, and who knows what has disappeared from the official case file available at the British archive, we will continue to live with theories Your theory is as good as mine Still an enjoyable read.Someone should write a book about the often forgotten victims, now that would not only be a new take but also very interesting.

    7. Alessandro Mana on said:

      This book is very useful to understand better the suspect position of Thomas Cutbush as Jack the Ripper A lot of documents and newspapers reports are used as reference and sources for the author work.

    8. Donna on said:

      This book was so intriguing that I finished it in two days I won t spoil this book for anyone so all I will say is I agree with who the author thinks the real Jack was.

    9. Kristie on said:

      Have always been fascinated about Jack the Ripper and this book delivered a lot of great details Next time in London, I MUST do the tour.

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