Jack the Ripper and the Case for Scotland Yard´s Prime Suspect: Robert House
Hands of the Ripper: Guy Adams
Jack The Ripper and the East End:Introduction by Peter Ackroyd
Never go into Monkshood… unless your goal is to meet your Maker. Sixteen-year-old Cate Hellstrom has a secret. Actually, she has two. Neither secret is something she´s willing to tell her new bohemian boyfriend, Luther. Which makes for a very fun and interactive evening when she visits Monkshood, Luther´s beautiful yet dilapidated home. The salsa-stained foyer is certainly eye-catching. The bag o´ bones, a little avant-garde… And between Luther´s cryptic comments and history professor hair, the boy´s a conundrum with more secrets than her own. When aquariums suddenly explode, and random whispers creep from the maze of halls, Cate has to assume that she and Luther aren´t really alone. Whoever´s in those shadows seems to know exactly what she´s done. Problem is, Cate´s not entirely willing to be honest about her checkered past. Even if it means being added to Monkshood´s bag o´ bones. For fans of The Haunting of Hill House and Trinity Row.
The Big Book of Jack the Ripper Stories:
The Autobiography of Jack the Ripper: James Carnac
The Trial of Jack the Ripper:The Case of William Bury (1859-89) E. Macpherson