Terror reigns on the streets of Whitechapel where horrific murders are being committed. SHERLOCK HOLMES believes he knows the identity of the killer – Jack the Ripper. But as he delves deeper, Holmes realizes that revealing the murderer puts much more at stake than merely putting a psychopath behind bars. In this case, Holmes is faced with the greatest dilemma of his career.
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The Southern Book Club's Guide to Slaying Vampires. The Whitechapel Horrors His descriptions are so vivid I felt like I was there on the foggy Whitechapel streets when the bodies were discovered; I felt like I was there in the sitting room of B Baker Street . The Whitechapel Horrors by Edward B. Hanna; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Fiction, History, Private investigators, Serial murders; Places: London. The Whitechapel Horrors (Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes) eBook: Hanna, Edward B.: : Kindle Store4/5(21). Leather Apron; Or, the Horrors of Whitechapel, London. Sam'l E. Hudson. Philadelphia, [December] 76pp. Arguably the oldest book-length non-fictional treatment of the crimes. Discovered for the first time in , Leather Apron was published in December , only a month after the murder of Mary Jane Kelly. It covers all aspects of the.
Even with the glaring errors, the book was an enjoyable read. I really liked the combination of actual history with one of my favourite fictional characters. If you enjoy Doyle's work, political fiction, or historical fiction I encourage you to take a gander and read Sherlock Holmes: The Whitechapel Horrors. However, if you like a good mystery. Buy a cheap copy of The Whitechapel Horrors book by Edward B. Hanna. This novel brings back to life Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's great character in atmospheric Victorian London as he is faced with a crisis of conscience when confronted Free shipping over $/5(5). The Whitechapel Horrors; Buy this book. This remarkably fresh and inventive integration of Holmesian lore into classic Jack the Ripper mythology breathes new life into two overworked topics. The Whitechapel Horrors, with its spellbinding story and atmospheric prose, is the best new Holmes adventure since Seven-Per-Cent Solution. Here Hanna imagines the characters anew, while maintaining the integrity of Conan Doyle's originals. Grotesque murders are being committed on the streets of Whitechapel/5(30).