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Jack the Ripper: The Facts - Paul Begg
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ISBN: 9781909396159

ID: 9781909396159

In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring the reader as close as possible to the times of the crimes. The murders, police investigation and reaction of the press and the people are reconstructed chronologically, and what is known of the lives of the tragic victims is fully discussed. The crimes' social background is examined in some detail, as are the reactions of ordinary people, the growing terror, what was happening on the streets, the pressures on the police and the political crisis the crimes nearly caused. Sticking to facts and avoiding speculation and theorising, Paul Begg takes a coolly objective look at leading police suspects, providing the reader with a meticulous analysis of what is known or can be deduced about Tumblety, Druitt, Ostrog, and particularly Kosminski, thought to be the Ripper by the head of the CID at the time. Filled with a great deal of new information-the book includes assessments of "popular" theories such as the Royal conspiracy, the so-called Maybrick diary, and the theory advanced by Patricia Cornwell in her best-selling Portrait of a Killer-Begg has produced a genuine history of one of Britain's most gruesome series of murders. Paul Begg is recognized worldwide as one of the leading authorities on the Jake the Ripper mystery. He conceived and co-wrote The Jack the Ripper A-Z, the acknowledged bible of Ripper studies, and is the current editor of the subscription magazine Ripperologist. Born in Wales, Paul became a full-time EBooks, Books~~History~~General, Jack-the-Ripper~~Paul-Begg, 515308, Jack the Ripper: The Facts, Paul Begg, 190939615X, Pavilion Books Company Limited, , , , , Pavilion Books Company Limited

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Jack the Ripper: The Facts - Paul Begg
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Paul Begg:
Jack the Ripper: The Facts - libri usati

ISBN: 9781909396159

ID: 9781909396159

In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring the reader as close as possible to the times of the crimes. The murders, police investigation and reaction of the press and the people are reconstructed chronologically, and what is known of the lives of the tragic victims is fully discussed. The crimes' social background is examined in some detail, as are the reactions of ordinary people, the growing terror, what was happening on the streets, the pressures on the police and the political crisis the crimes nearly caused. Sticking to facts and avoiding speculation and theorising, Paul Begg takes a coolly objective look at leading police suspects, providing the reader with a meticulous analysis of what is known or can be deduced about Tumblety, Druitt, Ostrog, and particularly Kosminski, thought to be the Ripper by the head of the CID at the time. Filled with a great deal of new information-the book includes assessments of "popular" theories such as the Royal conspiracy, the so-called Maybrick diary, and the theory advanced by Patricia Cornwell in her best-selling Portrait of a Killer-Begg has produced a genuine history of one of Britain's most gruesome series of murders. Paul Begg is recognized worldwide as one of the leading authorities on the Jake the Ripper mystery. He conceived and co-wrote The Jack the Ripper A-Z, the acknowledged bible of Ripper studies, and is the current editor of the subscription magazine Ripperologist. Born in Wales, Paul became a full-time EBooks, Books~~History~~General, Jack-the-Ripper~~Paul-Begg, 847272, Jack the Ripper: The Facts, Paul Begg, 190939615X, Pavilion Books Company Limited, , , , , Pavilion Books Company Limited

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Jack the Ripper: The Facts - Paul Begg
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Paul Begg:
Jack the Ripper: The Facts - libri usati

ISBN: 9781909396159

ID: 9781909396159

In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring In the autumn of 1888 a series of prostitute murders in London's poverty-ridden East End caused a sensation around the world. The killer was never caught, perhaps never identified, but became known to posterity by the chilling nickname "Jack the Ripper." This book is the story of those murders, free of theories and speculation, by one of the world's most respected authorities on the subject. Paul Begg's fascinatingly detailed history makes extensive use of contemporary sources to bring the reader as close as possible to the times of the crimes. The murders, police investigation and reaction of the press and the people are reconstructed chronologically, and what is known of the lives of the tragic victims is fully discussed. The crimes' social background is examined in some detail, as are the reactions of ordinary people, the growing terror, what was happening on the streets, the pressures on the police and the political crisis the crimes nearly caused. Sticking to facts and avoiding speculation and theorising, Paul Begg takes a coolly objective look at leading police suspects, providing the reader with a meticulous analysis of what is known or can be deduced about Tumblety, Druitt, Ostrog, and particularly Kosminski, thought to be the Ripper by the head of the CID at the time. Filled with a great deal of new information-the book includes assessments of "popular" theories such as the Royal conspiracy, the so-called Maybrick diary, and the theory advanced by Patricia Cornwell in her best-selling Portrait of a Killer-Begg has produced a genuine history of one of Britain's most gruesome series of murders. Paul Begg is recognized worldwide as one of the leading authorities on the Jake the Ripper mystery. He conceived and co-wrote The Jack the Ripper A-Z, the acknowledged bible of Ripper studies, and is the current editor of the subscription magazine Ripperologist. Born in Wales, Paul became a full-time EBooks, Books~~History~~General, Jack-the-Ripper~~Paul-Begg, 851132, Jack the Ripper: The Facts, Paul Begg, 190939615X, Pavilion Books Company Limited, , , , , Pavilion Books Company Limited

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Jack the Ripper - Paul Begg
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Paul Begg:
Jack the Ripper - nuovo libro

ISBN: 9781909396159

ID: 9781909396159

The Facts Using contemporary documents, police files, Home Office papers and newspaper reports, `Jack the Ripper: The Facts` recreates the notorious crimes and police investigation of 1888 to provide the best available overview of the `Great Victorian Mystery`, the greatest unsolved, true crime story of all time. Written by one of the world`s foremost authorities on the case, this is a completely rewritten and fully updated edition of Begg`s classic title Jack the Ripper. It follows the crimes chronologically and records the most significant events, witness testimonies and aspects of the police investigation. As well as objectively examining the primary police suspects, Begg provides a fascinating and authoritative insight into related political issues and background events. Jack the Ripper: Using contemporary documents, police files, Home Office papers and newspaper reports, `Jack the Ripper: The Facts` recreates the notorious crimes and police investigation of 1888 to provide the best available overview of the `Great Victorian Mystery`, the greatest unsolved, true crime story of all time. Written by one of the world`s foremost authorities on the case, this is a completely rewritten and fully updated edition of Begg`s classic title Jack the Ripper. It follows the crimes chronologically and records the most significant events, witness testimonies and aspects of the police investigation. As well as objectively examining the primary police suspects, Begg provides a fascinating and authoritative insight into related political issues and background events. HISTORY / General, Pavilion Books

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Jack the Ripper - Paul Begg
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Paul Begg:
Jack the Ripper - nuovo libro

2013, ISBN: 9781909396159

ID: 40466067

The Facts, eBook Download (EPUB), eBooks, [PU: Pavilion Books]

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