Death at Whitechapel

Death at Whitechapel

Book - 2000
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Kathryn Ardleigh tries to adapt to high-society life with her newly lorded husband, Charles, and she discovers a new friend in Jennie Churchill, who is embroiled in a scandal involving claims that Jack the Ripper is the father of her son, the future leader Winston Churchill.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2000
ISBN: 9780425173411
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY PAIGE 2000
Characteristics: 276 pages ; 18 cm


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May 22, 2017

This is an excellent book in the Robin Paige Victorian mystery series. It takes on the enormous task of solving the identity of Jack the Ripper while being historically accurate and fun and interesting and even a little humorous at times as well. Great writing and good characters and appropriate ambiance. I'm guessing that this series is published in this small format with cheap paper to be reminiscent of Victorian penny dreadfuls, as opposed to trying to save money, but I wouldn't mind better printing and a normal book format because some of the type gets hard to read. But otherwise, a great mystery.


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