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Who was Jack the Ripper? (Hardback)

All the Suspects Revealed

British History True Crime London Social History Victorian Era

By H Division Crime Club
Imprint: Pen & Sword True Crime
Pages: 256
ISBN: 9781526748720
Published: 31st August 2019

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Jack the Ripper is the ultimate cold case. The Whitechapel Murders of 1888 have remained unsolved for over 130 years and hundreds of theories have been suggested as to the killer's identity.

Despite numerous books claiming to unmask the infamous Victorian villain, none have come close …. until now.

The authors of this book are all members of H Division Crime Club, the world's largest body of experts on the Jack the Ripper murders.

They have all come together for the first time in history to deliver their own personal research into each suspect and to finally nail down the identity of the man know as Jack the Ripper.

Taking the original police reports, eye witness accounts and research by the world's leading authorities into account, we ask two crucial questions:

Who did the police suspect at the time?

Who was in the area to commit the murders?

Using 21st century profiling techniques, it is time to reveal the truth behind the men most likely to have been Jack the Ripper.

With each chapter discussing a separate suspect in detail, this book is the ultimate guide to solving the world's greatest murder mystery.

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About H Division Crime Club

H Division Crime Club is the world’s largest organisation for the study of Jack the Ripper and true crime. They have members world wide and host talks, events, presentations and guided walks.


H Division also hosts the largest annual True Crime Conference in the UK and raises money for charity foundations.

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