Jack the Ripper Victims
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  • 1
    A Brutal Chill in August: A Novel of Polly Nichols, The First Victim of Jack the Ripper | Alan M. Clark

    A Brutal Chill in August: A Novel of Polly Nichols, The First Victim of Jack the Ripper

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    • By Alan M. Clark
    • Narrated By Alicia Rose
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    Pursued by one demon into the clutches of another, the ordinary life of Mary Ann "Polly" Nichols is made extraordinary by horrible, inhuman circumstance. Jack the Ripper's first victim comes to life in this sensitive and intimate fictionalized portrait, from humble beginnings, to building a family with an abusive husband, her escape into poverty and the workhouse, alcoholism, and finally abandoned on the streets of London where the Whitechapel Murderer found her.

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    Apologies to the Cat's Meat Man: A Novel of Annie Chapman, the Second Victim of Jack the Ripper: Jack the Ripper Victims Series | Alan M. Clark

    Apologies to the Cat's Meat Man: A Novel of Annie Chapman, the Second Victim of Jack the Ripper: Jack the Ripper Victims Series

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    • By Alan M. Clark
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    Annie Chapman led a hard, lower class life in filthy 19th century London. Late in life, circumstances and her choices led her to earn her crust by solicitation. After a bruising brawl with another woman over money and a man, she lost her lodgings and found herself sleeping rough. That dangerous turn of events delivered her into the hands of London's most notorious serial killer, Jack the Ripper.

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    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: The Double Event | Alan M. Clark

    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: The Double Event

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By Alan M. Clark
    • Narrated By Alicia Rose
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    Since Jack the Ripper was never caught, fascination with the unsolved mystery has been widespread and enduring. But what of the women? Who were they? What was life like for them in London of that time period? What were their struggles, their hopes, their regrets? The two novels within this volume, Say Anything But Your Prayers, about the life of Elizabeth Stride, and Of Thimble and Threat, about the life of Catherine Eddowes, give possible answers to these questions.

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    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: Say Anything But Your Prayers | Alan M. Clark

    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: Say Anything But Your Prayers

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    • By Alan M. Clark
    • Narrated By Alicia Rose
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    The beast of poverty and disease had stalked Elizabeth all her life, waiting for the right moment to take her down. To survive, she listened to the two extremes within herself - Bess, the innocent child of hope, and Liza, the cynical, hard-bitten opportunist. While Bess paints rosy pictures of what lies ahead and Liza warns of dangers everywhere, the beast, in the guise of a man offering something better, circles closer.

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    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: Of Thimble and Threat | Alan M. Clark

    Jack the Ripper Victims Series: Of Thimble and Threat

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    • By Alan M. Clark
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    In Victorian London, the greatest city of the richest country in the world, the industrial revolution has created a world of decadence and prosperity, but also one of unimaginable suffering. Ever-present in its streets are rats, parasites, filth, death, decay, danger and sorrow. Catherine Eddowes is found murdered gruesomely in the street. When the police make their report, the only indicators of her life are the possessions carried on her person, likely everything she owned in the world.

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