Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation: A Top Murder Squad Detective Reveals the Ripper's Identity at Last!




      Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation: A Top Murder Squad Detective Reveals the Ripper's Identity at Last!
There have been countless attempts to solve the brutal murders committed than 100 years ago by Jack the Ripper, but this most famous of British criminal cases finally benefits from a clear, professional eye to analyze the evidence with all the benefits of modern investigative techniques Casting aside the rumors, fantasies, and urban legends which have haunted this case for so long, Trevor Marriott produces some startling results while it has long been accepted that Jack the Ripper killed only five women, Marriott believes there were up to nine victims Most astonishingly of all, a previously unconsidered suspect who also committed murders in America and Germany has been firmly put in the frame All previous theories are refuted in what may possibly be the final word on the Ripper murders. Free Download [ Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation: A Top Murder Squad Detective Reveals the Ripper's Identity at Last! ] by [ Trevor Marriott ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • 288 pages
  • Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation: A Top Murder Squad Detective Reveals the Ripper's Identity at Last!
  • Trevor Marriott
  • 08 October 2018
  • 1844543706

10 thoughts on “ Jack the Ripper: The 21st Century Investigation: A Top Murder Squad Detective Reveals the Ripper's Identity at Last!

  1. Amy Sturgis says:

    Trevor Marriott needs to teach a How To Make Friends and Influence People seminar I m totally joking.He ends his book by alienating pretty much anyone who might have been interested in his theories, including 1 ALL a word he uses far too often and mistakenly, to boot Ripperologists of every persuasion and 2 EVERY member of modern law enforcement.There are worthy aspects to his book I know some readers have criticized the fact that Marriott pads his short contribution by quoting at Trevor Marriott needs to teach a How To Make Friends and Influence People seminar I m totally joking.He ends his book by alienating pretty much anyone who might have been interested in his theories, including 1 ALL a word he uses far too often and mistakenly, to boot Ripperologists of every persuasion and 2 EVERY member of modern law enforcement.There are worthy aspects to his book I know some readers have criticized the fact that Marriott pads his short contribution by quoting at length from the testimony of doctors, law enforcement officials, and witnesses at the inquests into the deaths of both the Macnaghten Five canonical victims and several others who may also have been Ripper victims, but I found these primary sources to be fascinating and very worthwhile reading What is , I agree with his logic in...

  2. Darren Freebury-Jones says:

    Asinine book in which the author appears to ignore easily discoverable facts that conflict with his sweeping statements that the Ripper did not take organs away, as none were found to be missing at the scene of his final canonical victim s murder absent heart grows fonder or is at least worth a proper mention , and bizarrely ruling out one murder in the Double Event for reasons that would be refuted had he looked into the instance of a witness who disturbed the Ripper at his work look f...

  3. Siobhan says:

    We all have those family members who like to lumber you with things once they find out about your interest.Well this book came from my aunt when she found out about my interest in forensic psychology Supposedly I need to become an expert in the criminal world mainly I need to be able to recite the heinous acts of countless individuals across history.Okay, maybe she did not put it like that but it sort of felt ...

  4. Dee Eisel says:

    Wow, Trevor Marriott has no lack of self esteem What he does appear to lack is humility His attitude toward basically everyone else involved in the Whitechapel murders over time adversely impacts what could otherwise be a very interesting book Marritt spends quite a bit of time examining the actual coroner s inquests from the canonical victims and some of the non canonical ones as well I really enjoyed this part, because the time was speaking for itself and he wasn t running his mouth about Wow, Trevor Marriott has no lack of self esteem What he does appear to lack is humility His attitude toward basically everyone else involved in the Whitechapel murders over time adversely impacts what could otherwise be a very interesting book Marritt spends quite a bit of time examining the actual coroner s inquests from the canonical victims and some of the non canonical ones as well I really enjoyed this part, because the time was speaking for itself and he wasn t running his mouth about how dumb profilers are and how Real Cops don t trust them I haven t seen ...

  5. Angie crosby says:

    How many books have now said they identify the identity of jack the ripper Although the author raises a decent suspect His evidence is novalid than any of theOther theories on who Jack the Ripper was This book falls short of its claim The beginning was boring yet interesting It was neat to see how inquiries took place back then However much of the info was repeated This was of no fault by the author The second part I really didn t get Anyone who reads books on JAck the Ripper How many books have now said they identify the identity of jack the ripper Although the author raises a decent suspect His evidence is novalid than any of theOther theories on who Jack the Ripper was This book falls short of its claim The beginning was boring yet interesting It was neat to see how inquiries took place back then However much of the info was repeated This was of no fault by the author The second part I really didn t get Anyone who reads books on JAck the Ripper and or true crime is aware of how different police work cases now What I most have problems with is how the author goes through and dismisses the known suspects to date His reasoning is nosound then theirs was In fact his biggest reason for dismissing subjects is his idea that the organ removal was done later and not by the killer Though certainly possible I think it shoddy police work to suppose this and base so much on that idea without proof The author a...

  6. Anu Korpinen says:

    Olen lukenut t m n aikaisemminkin ja tuolloin annoin kaksi t hte Kirjassa on kuitenkin hurja mielenkiintoisia juttuja, yli puolet kirjasta koostuu alkuper isist coronerin haastatteluista, joita kuka tahansa ripperologi lukee ilokseen Tr...

  7. Anna says:

    The narrator for this was horrible His voice was dull and did not change or influx based on anything he read Couldn t you be excited once, man It seriously affected my rating.But it was informative and in the end, I appreciated the thesis that Marriott examined and researched It was a theory that I had never heard before, nor had I heard so much detail about the Whitechapel murders before either So this was an informative book, though the audio presentation was lousy I think I would have The narrator for this was horrible His voice was dull and did not change or influx based on anything he read Couldn t you be excited once, m...

  8. Linda Lawrance says:

    I ve read a lot about Jack the Ripper over the years, it s been one of my fascinations In doing so I ve come to the conclusion that no one will now solve the mystery of who he was and if anyone did it would make no difference In this book the author, a former police officer, rehashes much which has already been written, quotes coronial transcripts at length and in almost the last few pages comes up with a fairly original theory which may or may not hold wa...

  9. Mary Anne Smith says:

    A good book if you re looking for an introduction to Jack the Ripper The first 70% of the book contains transcripts from the witnesses and coroners reports for the canonical five and the other Whitechapel victims Motives and the letters, are covered i...

  10. Paulina Zawadzka says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here a very interesting book , gives out all of the evidence and lets you come up with your own conclusion as far as i can remember i was a bit disappointed with the miss leading titl...

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