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Suspenseful , loved the character Kitty and she kept my attention throughout the book .
Her voice rings so clear and true and she make you feel the things she sees and does.
A joy to read , easy to get into and addictively plotted.
Beautifully written and a real page turner.
Will not give the story line away as a MUST to read.
Wonderful debut novel and cant wait fot the next by Glynis Smy .
With compelling and yet believable characters and without saying much that would add spoilers, I recommend this to the highest degree.
Him: Delilah was a hoochie mama.
Me: If Delilah was a hoochie mama, Sampson was a manwhore.
Him: I don't appreciate you nitpicking the words I choose to use. I've starting saying "hoochie mama" because it's nicer than the alternative. And this is the only way to teach my girls the consequences of dressing and acting in a certain way.
I've been biting my tongue a lot lately when it comes to issues like this because I get so dang tired of arguing with people, but this is what I wanted to say. "Sheesh, for the love of all that's good and decent, find a way to teach your daughter that doesn't require labeling her a virgin or a slut!"
Last weekend I read "Ripper, my love" by Glynis Smy. It was a fiction novel about Jack the Ripper and the woman he loved and cherished--a sweet, caring girl who had no idea the man she cared for was a serial killer. The story was told from several points of view, and I found myself reading chapters from the view point of Jack the Ripper himself.
I admit this was disturbing at first. Who wants to be in the head of a villain? But by the end of the story I was grateful to the author for doing it the way she had because it drove home the danger of viewing all women through the virgin/whore lens.
Jack had no problem murdering disreputable women. He believed that by ridding the world of low class, impoverished prostitutes that he was doing society a favor.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love Jack the Ripper and this version did not disappoint, it wasn't gruesome and told an interesting story and I hope there will be more !Published 16 months ago by Lauren M
This story would make an excellent TV mini-series. Descriptive writing - almost had to wipe the grime of old London off my kindle. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Wendy Scott Fantasy Author
Arthur, a journalist, and James, a farmer, join forces to terrorize the East End of London in this Ripper story which is actually the subplot to the story of Kitty Harper and her... Read morePublished on January 13, 2014 by C. Reynolds
I wish there was more Jack the Ripper material in this but it was a good story about the main character and her life. Read morePublished on November 14, 2013 by VampireLibrarian
For those who enjoy this type of story, it is well written. Just not my cup of tea. I didn't realize it was a play on "Jack the Ripper". I did read it clear through. Read morePublished on November 11, 2013 by Amazon Customer
What a different take on Jack the Ripper. I read this straight through and then ordered the sequel. Very nicely donePublished on October 4, 2013 by Anne D.
Despite the title, and the author's description of this book as a "Ripper Romance," this book is definitely NOT a romance. I would classify it more in the thriller/suspense genre. Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by S. Harrison
Ripper, My Love
I did not see this book as a romance novel. It was a very different take on the Jack the Ripper story. The book started off slow. Read more
I bought this book not knowing exactly what to expect. How could one possibly love the Ripper? It intrigued me. Read morePublished on September 9, 2012 by asbielby