Jack the Ripper: The Uncensored Facts




      Jack the Ripper: The Uncensored Facts
Acclaimed by the critics as an absolutely indispensable classic on the Whitechapel murders of 1888, Jack the Ripper is a full, detailed reconstruction of those crimes and of the subsequent police investigation. Free Download [ Jack the Ripper: The Uncensored Facts ] by [ Paul Begg ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Paul Begg is acknowledged worldwide as one of the leading authorities on the Jack the Ripper mystery He has worked in newspapers, television and publishing He has written extensively on Jack the Ripper, including Jack the Ripper The Uncensored Facts, Jack the Ripper The Definitive History and Jack the Ripper The Facts He is also the author of Into Thin Air, The Scotland Yard Files and Mary Celeste The Greatest Mystery of the Sea Paul was formerly the editor of the Ripperologist magazine and has appeared as an historical advisor on several television programmes.

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Jack the Ripper: The Uncensored Facts
  • Paul Begg
  • English
  • 18 November 2017
  • 0860515834

10 thoughts on “ Jack the Ripper: The Uncensored Facts

  1. SouthWestZippy says:

    Good book.

  2. Sherri says:

    A decent enough source of Ripperology 101, I suppose, hampered by the workmanlike nature of the writing Begg presents voluminous details about the crimes, the victims, and the investigators, but he doesn t have the gift other authors have of weaving such extensive detail into a compelling story Also, the opinionated nature of some ...

  3. Megan Richardson says:

    This book contains lots of information, but it can be confusing to keep everything straight I liked how he gave information on many different suspects, including why or why not they may be the guilty party.

  4. Meaghan says:

    Meh I might have find this bookengaging if I hadn t read Phillip Sugden s book The Complete History of Jack the Ripper first Begg does not have Sugden s knack for either history or storytelling, and he glosses over far too many things This book is NOT uncensored facts Begg discounts a lot of things, which is fine, but he doesn t allow the reader to make up their own mind For instance, he writes that there were some letters purportedly from the killer, but he doesn t believe they came Meh I might have find this bookengaging if I hadn t read Phillip Sugden s book The Complete History of Jack the Ripper first Begg does not have Sugden s knack for either history or storytelling, and he glosses over far too many things This book is NOT uncensored facts Begg discounts a lot of things, which is fine, but he doesn t allow the reader to make up their own m...

  5. Cat. says:

    Very well written, with loads of research and notes Tells EVERYthing about each murder, plus lots of background info., even to the careers of each police officer who had anything to do with the case even background information on all but one of the vic...

  6. Fishface says:

    A good read, with a great deal of interesting information, but ultimately this book does not clear up very much for me By the end of the book I could not even say whether Begg favored Aaron Kosminski or Montague John Druitt as the best suspect in the Whitechapel murders Or David Cohen Or

  7. Jennifer Giles says:

    Meh lots of facts, but rather hard to read very dry I am still interested in learning , as I think Begg discounts a lot of evidence.

  8. Kathleen says:

    what ifs well written

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