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Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes is now available.

Jack The Ripper and Sherlock Holmes lived in the same age, the Victorian, and the same city, London. Jack The Ripper was a serial murderer and mutilator of women, who was never caught. Sherlock Holmes was a brilliant imaginary detective, who never failed. It was inevitable that their paths would cross, and they do, in this ebook. Detective Police Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard is helpless, and asks Sherlock Holmes for his assistance. Holmes takes the case.

 

"Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes" 20,000 words, six illustrations. Expertly crafted.

 

Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John "Hamish" Watson investigate, and Holmes identifies the Ripper. Then- but read the ebook, and find out. The below illustrations are of the drime scene photo cover, and the man suspected of being Jack The Ripper. If you like reading murder mysteries, you will like this ebook.

JTR-SH cover.jpgPrince Albert.jpg

        The cover.                   The Ripper?

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Re: Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes is now available.


EinsteinPD wrote:

Jack The Ripper and Sherlock Holmes lived in the same age, the Victorian, and the same city, London. Jack The Ripper was a serial murderer and mutilator of women, who was never caught. Sherlock Holmes was a brilliant imaginary detective, who never failed. It was inevitable that their paths would cross, and they do, in this ebook. Detective Police Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard is helpless, and asks Sherlock Holmes for his assistance. Holmes takes the case.

 

"Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes" 20,000 words, six illustrations. Expertly crafted.

 

Sherlock Holmes and Doctor John "Hamish" Watson investigate, and Holmes identifies the Ripper. Then- but read the ebook, and find out. The below illustrations are of the drime scene photo cover, and the man suspected of being Jack The Ripper. If you like reading murder mysteries, you will like this ebook.

JTR-SH cover.jpgPrince Albert.jpg

        The cover.                   The Ripper?


Jack The Ripper versus Sherlock Holmes