Portrait of a Killer

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Portrait of a Killer

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Between August and November 1888 five women were murdered in Whitechapel. The gruesome nature of their deaths caused panic and fear for months in the East End, and gave rise to the sobriquet which was to become shorthand for a serial killer - Jack the Ripper. For over a hundred years the identity of the killer has remained on the worlds greatest unsolved mysteries. Until n Between August and November 1888 five women were murdered in Whitechapel. The gruesome nature of their deaths caused panic and fear for months in the East End, and gave rise to the sobriquet which was to become shorthand for a serial killer - Jack the Ripper. For over a hundred years the identity of the killer has remained on the worlds greatest unsolved mysteries. Until now. Using her formidable range of forensic and technical skills, Patricia Cornwell has applied the rigorous discipline of twenty-first-century police investigation to the extant material, and here presents the hard evidence that the perpetrator of the Whitechapel murders was the world famous artist, Walter Sickert. With her knowledge of criminal investigation and her consummate skills as a bestselling writer, Patricia Cornwell has produced a book which is as compelling as it is authentic - the definite account of one of the worlds most famous murder mysteries.

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Between August and November 1888 five women were murdered in Whitechapel. The gruesome nature of their deaths caused panic and fear for months in the East End, and gave rise to the sobriquet which was to become shorthand for a serial killer - Jack the Ripper. For over a hundred years the identity of the killer has remained on the worlds greatest unsolved mysteries. Until n Between August and November 1888 five women were murdered in Whitechapel. The gruesome nature of their deaths caused panic and fear for months in the East End, and gave rise to the sobriquet which was to become shorthand for a serial killer - Jack the Ripper. For over a hundred years the identity of the killer has remained on the worlds greatest unsolved mysteries. Until now. Using her formidable range of forensic and technical skills, Patricia Cornwell has applied the rigorous discipline of twenty-first-century police investigation to the extant material, and here presents the hard evidence that the perpetrator of the Whitechapel murders was the world famous artist, Walter Sickert. With her knowledge of criminal investigation and her consummate skills as a bestselling writer, Patricia Cornwell has produced a book which is as compelling as it is authentic - the definite account of one of the worlds most famous murder mysteries.
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Title Portrait of a Killer Height 11
Patricia Cornwell Width 3.4
ISBN-13 9780751533590 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #0751533599 Spine Width
Publisher Little, Brown Book Group Pages 528
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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