Summary

It is 1892 and the grisly killings of Whitechapel prostitutes by a man dubbed Jack the Ripper remain a frightening enigma. And in a packed Old Bailey courtroom, distinguished soldier John Adinett is sentenced to hang for the inexplicable murder of his friend Martin Fetters. Though Thomas Pitt should receive praise for providing key testimony in the Fetters investigation, Adinett has powerful friends....
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5 out of 5 stars
By Dot Marshall-Gent on 05-04-14

Loved this book

What did you like most about The Whitechapel Conspiracy?

Interesting and well researched

Who was your favorite character and why?

Thomas Pitt

What does Terrence Hardiman bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

Characterisation of Pitt

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The treatment of the Jewish community in London

Any additional comments?

An excellent read.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Flint on 08-12-15

A Good Story

This isn't my favourite book in the Thomas Pitt series, but it's a good story and it was very well read by Terence Hardiman. I like Anne Perry books but unfortunately many of the Anne Perry books on Audible are read by Deidra Whelan and she reads so badly that they are impossible to listen to. I had read this book before but it was worth buying it again because Terence Hardiman read it so well.

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