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Ripper: A Love Story Paperback – April 30, 2013
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About the Author
Richard Devin (LaFica) is a contributing writer to Southern Nevada Equestrian Magazine, Envy Man magazine and is the published author of two business books to the showbiz trade: Actors' Resumes: The Definitive Guidebook (Players Press, 2002, 2006) and Do You Want To Be An Actor? 101 Answers to Your Questions About Breaking Into the Biz (Players Press, 2002). He contributed to two anthologies: Tales from the Casting Couch (Dove, 1995) and Glory (Sands Publishing, 2001). He is an award winning playwright, having received the Foundation for the Vital Arts Award for his plays, Deceptive Peace and My Mother's Coming (produced by Money Shot Productions, Hollywood CA) and is an optioned screenwriter. Find more at www.richarddevin.com Lance Taubold is a contributing writer to Envy Man magazine, Broadway, TV and Las Vegas actor/singer/performer. His non-fiction, "On Two Fronts" detailing the seperation of best friends by war, will be out in the Fall of 2013.
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When I started reading this book, I thought I got a Regency Romance by mistake. It starts out like that type story with the young lady finding her true love at a ball. But, the story changes from there and you see the connection to the Ripper.
This isn't an "involved" story but it's a good love story/mystery. Although the book is different than I expected, I did enjoy it.
By the way, one of the main suspects in the Ripper murders is buried here in Rochester, New York, a mainstay on the Ghostwalk!
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It's like the author got bored with the story and just wrote, The End, to get it over with.Read more