This is a very good hardcover with dust jacket. 2002 Putnam Publishing, NOTE: this is not a First Edition, rather a republish in slightly smaller book format similar to BCE edition. This copy is clean inside and out. The pages are very clean, no marks seen. There is a hint of light natural tanning to [ages from age but they are clean very good. The binding is tight and straight and the hardcover boards under jacket are very good + with barely a hint of shelf wear. The dust jacket is clean and shiny with only very light shelf wear. Standard BCE crown octavo book size or 5.5" x 8" with 387 pages including index.
In 1888 all of London was in the grip of terror. A madman was killing woman and he called himself Jack the Ripper. He taunted police who seemed unable to stop him. Then, his madness abruptly stopped. Decades passed and the tales of who the murderer was and his violent killing spree grew and grew. Patricia Cornwell wrote this book feeling no-one should be able to get away with such violent crimes, even after death. She used her remarkable skills of meticulous research and scientific expertise to dig into the case and reveal the identity of the Victorian killer. Drawing on evidence, documents and records she reveals the artist and painter who was well respected in his day as well as whose work is collected by museums today.
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