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On the Trail of the Yorkshire Ripper - His Final Secrets Revealed - cover

On the Trail of the Yorkshire Ripper - His Final Secrets Revealed

Richard Charles Cobb

Publisher: Pen & Sword True Crime

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“An outstanding analysis of Peter Sutcliffe, his crimes, his victims and the reasons for the failure of the police investigation.” —North Yorks Enquirer   Peter Sutcliffe, The Yorkshire Ripper, remains the most infamous serial killer in British criminal history.   His reign of terror saw 13 women brutally murdered and the largest criminal manhunt in British history.   Just like Jack the Ripper, his Victorian counterpart of 1888, he remains a killer of almost mythical proportions, yet the locations and circumstances surrounding his foul deeds remain a subject of confusion to this day . . . until now.   Using ground breaking new research together with the original police reports, newspaper descriptions and eye witness testimony, we can finally present the truth about what actually happened.   For the first time in over four decades we re-examine the crime scenes and deliver the real story of the Yorkshire Ripper murders.   “An extremely detailed, very comprehensive, and at just over 200 pages, not daunting to read, next important addition to any student of true crime’s library.” —The True Crime Enthusiast
Available since: 12/27/2019.
Print length: 256 pages.

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