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The Rhondda Ripper

Cover for 'The Rhondda Ripper'

By gary dobbs

Published: May 19, 2012
Words: 58749 (approximate)
Language: English

Description

A killer on the loose. Mindless slaughter. Think you know the Jack the Ripper story? Think again. Police Inspector Frank Parade carries out his daily duties in Pontypridd, duties complicated by the presence of 500 members of Buffalo Bill Cody’s touring Wild West Show, not to mention the thousands attending the show every day. A series of depraved murders quickly makes things even more complicated. And soon Parade find himself following a trail that leads back to London’s Whitechapel killings of 1888 and Jack the Ripper.

The greatest mystery in history is about to be solved by a Welsh copper and an American Legend

Tags

serial killer, jack the ripper, gary dobbs

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