Ripper Hunter (Hardback)
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Who was Inspector Frederick Abberline, the lead detective in the Jack the Ripper case? Why did he and his fellow policemen fail to catch the most notorious serial killer of Victorian England? What was he like as a man, as a professional policeman, one of the best detectives of his generation? And how did he investigate the sequence of squalid, bloody murders that repelled – and fascinated – contemporaries and has been the subject of keen controversy ever since? Here at last in M.J. Trow's compelling biography of this pre-eminent Victorian policeman are the answers to these intriguing questions. Abberline's story gives us insight into his remarkable career, into the routines of Victorian policing, and into the Ripper case as it was seen by the best police minds of the day.
What can be said about Jack the Ripper that hasn’t been said already? Every aspect of the elusive killer’s crimes have been covered in one way or another, whether it be through books, TV shows, moves or documentaries. We’ve all heard of the hundreds of theories regarding his identity. We’ve heard of the suspicions around how many deaths he was truly responsible for. We’ve even heard of the outlandish suggestions of his connections to black magic and occult rituals. What else is there left to cover?Parkaman, True Crime Magazine
Fortunately, author M.J. Trow covers the Ripper case from an angle which hasn’t already been done to death. Ripper Hunter: Abberline And The Whitechapel Murders details the Ripper investigation as it was carried out by lead investigator Frederick Abberline.
HISTORICAL ACCURACY: 6
USE OF FACTS: 8
OVERALL RATING: 7.5