Do not especially expect to find a book with such a mysterious title.
You just wouldn't find it as it's not been published yet. It does
however exists indeed as a result of a twenty years long enthralling
investigation which brought me to the following conclusion : Jack the
Ripper, the infamous murderer of London victorian whores was not a
serial killer at all ! " Oh my God ! " some will say, "the man lost is
mind.So the Whitechapel fiend wouldn't be a serial killer ? Come on,
let's be serious! " All right then...Let's be serious. You want so
evidences ? So all you have to do is ask yourself the following
question : what is one of the most typical trademarks of this type of
predator ? Here is the answer : the joy of killing...and the sufferings
of his victims. An unhealthy, vital pleasure for such a criminal who
gets addicted to the dependance of his murderous impulses. He always
craves for more blood, more pain, more tears and cry for mercy. His
power of life and death over his victims make him feel almighty. It's
also an established fact that criminals like Ted Bundy or Jeffrey
Dahmer were sexually excited during - and even after in the second case
- the martyrdom of their poor wretches " toys of flesh and blood".
Jack the Ripper killed four times between August 31th and
November 9th 1888. A fifth victim, Elizabeth - Long Liz - Stride , was
always "allotted" to his death toll in spite of a different Modus
Operandi and the use of a short knife with rounded edges when it is
known that Jack only used a long blade as sharp as a scalpel. But this
is an other story.
Jack the Ripper hates to kill. If not why, from eight days between the
first two assassinations -that of Mary Ann Nichols on August 31th and
Annie Chapman on September 8th - would he wait three weeks for the
third - Catharine Eddowes on September 30th - then six for the last one
- Mary Jane Kelly on November 9th - before disappearing and entering
the legend ?
And why would he bother to strangle theses unfortunate women before
cutting them apart ? Isn't the answer clear, limpid logical ? He
dislikes killing indeed !
He doesn't feel any unhealthy pleasure for the anguish of the prostitutes he mutilates...against his will !
I expect the conclusions of this long investigation , with a foreword
by famous French author Pierre Bellemare , will soon catch the
interest of a serious editor .
Then any reader will have the opportunity to make his own opinion when
finally discovering the long forgotten secret of the most mythical -
and mystified - murderer of all time.