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Jack the Ripper.One of the most notorious serial killers of all time.And one who has been copied many times.But in the Scottish town of Moirhill, a killer is stalking a different prey.Men are now the targets and not women.The dates of the murders parallel those of Jack the Ripper’s murders, and as the days move towards that of his final crime, Detective Murray Wilson racesJack the Ripper.One of the most notorious serial killers of all time.And one who has been copied many times.But in the Scottish town of Moirhill, a killer is stalking a different prey.Men are now the targets and not women.The dates of the murders parallel those of Jack the Ripper’s murders, and as the days move towards that of his final crime, Detective Murray Wilson races to catch the killer before it is too late.But as he is sucked into a world of politics, sex and murder Wilson starts torealise the murderer might be closer to home than he suspected.And it is not just 'Jack The Ripper's' past that is about to catch up with him....

Title : Ripped
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ISBN : 18173686
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 322 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Ripped Reviews

  • Trina
    2018-11-01 12:17

    Just couldn't get into it... Writing was jumpy and bland,

  • Georgina
    2018-11-08 16:18

    At times this book was hard to follow, there were so many characters and relationships going on that there were moments where I had found it hard to keep up. The book is well written and at times the grotesque side of humanity is described in a beautifully raw well. The ending was a bit of an anti climax and I was left slightly disappointed, not a bad book, but not a great book either due to the tedious nature of some chapters and confusing nature of remembering who all the characters are, and the role they play within the storyline!

  • Lynda Kelly
    2018-10-15 16:26

    This was too Scottish and way too confusing and I'd had enough 4% into it. I've no idea what a clype is nor a crapule and really can't be bothered to look it up.Dearly was used in place of clearly which was irritating.....then we encounter Stewart's brother who of course knows him very well but forgets we don't at all this far into the story and he proceeds to mention all these in-stories and just succeeded in confusing me. Way too much like hard work for my liking. A pity as I thought the story's idea sounded quite a fascinating one.

  • Eddie
    2018-11-03 12:25

    This could have been a great murder mystery, but at times the plot got lost or tangled. I wanted it to be so good but I couldn't help feeling that the story rambled at times. There were some fantastic character descriptions and at times you could really get drawn into these and the stories that revolved around them, but this was sometimes to the detriment of the plot itself.I enjoyed this, but it was quite hard work.