East End, 1888. Twenty-year-old, Connie McKenzie has spent all of her life struggling to stay alive, in the desperate poverty of the 19th century Whitechapel. Dragged up in the slums, destitute and starving, she's managed to survive and make a reasonable, if modest life for herself. Connie takes on all of the unusual jobs that nobody else wants; she searches for lost dogs, finds wayward husbands and missing kids – and she's good at what she does.
When prostitute, Martha Tabram, is murdered, Connie finds herself reluctantly dragged into looking for the killer, later to be known as Jack the Ripper.The only trouble is, he's already found her . . .
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Published July 30, 2012
History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime, Literature & Fiction.