By Patricia Cornwell
The number-one New York Times-bestselling novelist Patricia Cornwell is understood across the world for her fabulous storytelling, the braveness of her characters, and the state of the art forensic tools they hire.
during this headline-making new paintings of nonfiction, Cornwell turns her trademark talents for meticulous study and clinical services on the most chilling circumstances of serial homicide within the background of crime-the slayings of Jack the Ripper that terrorized Eighties London. With the masterful instinct into the felony brain that has proficient her novels, Cornwell digs deeper into the case than any detective prior to her-and finds the real id of this elusive madman.
Enlisting the aid of forensic specialists, Cornwell examines all of the actual facts on hand: hundreds of thousands of records and experiences, fingerprints, crime-scene photos, unique etchings and work, goods of garments, artists' paraphernalia, and strains of DNA. Her unavoidable end: Jack the Ripper was once none except a revered painter of his day, an artist now accumulated via many of the world's most interesting museums.