03 January 2016



By Chantal Bellehumeur

Paperback 270 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2 edition (29th Aug 2014) 
ISBN-13 978-1499558692

📕My Review

I failed to see why this book is so highly rated. Ok, the background research was thorough and the gore was bloody, but that's all. I expected so much more and it didn't deliver. Plus, the Kindle version desperately needs editing. It was full of spelling errors, context issues and misuse of words.

Barnsey's Books Rating

📗The Blurb

Under hypnosis, six-year-old Jack Huntington tells his psychiatrist the dark unsolved tale of Jack the Ripper’s 19th century murders. Such details are given, that Dr. Philips begins to believe that his patient might be the Ripper himself in another life. When the boy fails to give him any information that would reveal the identity of the White Chapel killer, Dr. Philips ridicules himself for having thought the impossible.

Years after killing his sisters in a sleepwalking state, Jack is claimed normal and able to re-enter the real world. He is released from the mental institution to start a new life, but slowly starts to act upon his killer instincts and begins to remember events that happened over one hundred years ago.

Jack is ready for new games!

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