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Edgar's Guide to Jack the Ripper's East End (Paperback)

Edgar's Guide to Jack the Ripper's East End By Richard Jones, Adam Wood Cover Image
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Edgar's Guide to Jack the Ripper's East End is the ultimate tour around the sites of the infamous Whitechapel Murders. It enables you to visit all but one of the eleven murder sites, and delve deeper into the backstreets of Spitalfields and Whitechapel than you would ever think possible. In so doing you will see much more of the real East End, and venture into places that have changed little, if at all, since the Ripper prowled their shadows. But this is not just a traditional guide book; this is a full history of the Whitechapel murders. As you make your way around the route, you will be learning more of the story with every step taken, uncovering the fascinating story in the streets and at the very locations where it unfolded. Indeed, the history contained in this 200-page book is so detailed, that you can enjoy it without even venturing out to take the tour, making it the perfect addition to the library of the most ardent armchair detective. Another first offered by this Edgar's Guide is a separate tour - done by bus, train and Underground - that allows you to visit the graves of the five 'canonical' victims - Mary Ann Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes and Mary Kelly. No other guidebook offers you this poignant opportunity.

About the Author


RICHARD JONES is a qualified London tourist Blue badge Guide and a writer on many aspects of British history, lore, hauntings and legends. He is an acknowledged expert on the Jack the Ripper murders, in which capacity he has written two well received books - Uncovering Jack the Ripper's London and Jack the Ripper: - The Casebook. ADAM WOOD is Executive Editor of Ripperologist magazine, considered the leading publication dedicated to the study of the Whitechapel murders of Jack the Ripper and London's East end in the late Victorian period. From 2017-2020 he was also Editor of the Journal of the Police History Society. Adam is author of Swanson: The Life and Times of A Victorian Detective; Trial of Percy Lefroy Mapleton, and co-author of Sir Howard Vincent's Police Code, 1889.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781838234201
ISBN-10: 1838234209
Publisher: Mango Books
Publication Date: April 15th, 2022
Pages: 202
Language: English