Author: Patricia Cornwell
Publisher: Putnam Berkley Audio
Genre: Mystery & Detective
Duration: 5 hours and 46 min.
Reader: Kate Burton
Quality: 128 кбит/c, 44100 Гц, объединенное стерео
Size: 195 mb
Crime fiction writer Cornwell adds yet another volume to the Jack the Ripper literature. She argues that the serial killer had to be the painter Walter Richard Sickert (d. 1942) and that the killings continued beyond the 1888 murder spree. She presents a portrait of Sickert as deranged by genital deformations and points to clues in his paintings and his biography as giving weight to her description of him as psychopathic. Explorations of the physical evidence, including DNA tests commissioned by Cornwell are presented and new clues are sought in the accounts of the murders of the Ripper's victims.
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