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connecting the dots,
This review is from: Jack the Ripper: The Final Solution (Paperback)
I was impressed by Knight's making connections that I hadn't seen in other books on the Ripper. Fascinating how he makes a case for the victims being known to one another, insights into royal misbehavior, the societal forces brought to bear on the case, and the implication of the Freemasons. He makes a convincing case for a cover-up and for the involvement of high-level government officials as well as the artist Sickert whose paintings show an obsession and overfamiliarity with the Ripper's work. Good read whether you agree with all its conclusions or not.