[EPUB] ✾ Whitechapel ❃ Bernard Schaffer – Thegreatwallonline.us

Whitechapel PDF Epub Whitechapel Author Bernard Schaffer Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Good And Evil Are About To Collide In London S Infamous East End, A Ritualistic Serial Killer Is Slaughtering Women The Police Are Baffled, The Media Is In A Frenzy, And People The World Over Are Captivated By The Fiend Known As Jack The Ripper Only A Short Distance Away, The Great Detective Has Succumbed To An Addiction To Morphine And Cocaine His Faithful Friend, Dr John Watson, And Irene Adler Will Venture Into Whitechapel Alone To Try And Lure The Ripper Out Of Hiding Using Themselves As Bait As Darkness Threatens To Consume All Of London, Her Greatest Champion, The Immortal Sherlock Holmes, Will Rise One Final Time To Defend Her WHITECHAPEL THE FINAL STAND OF SHERLOCK HOLMES Combines The Actual Events Of The Investigation Into Jack The Ripper S Crimes With The Canon Of Arthur Conan Doyle Historically Accurate, Graphic, And Bold This Is Sherlock Holmes As You Ve Never Seen Him, And Will Never Be Able To Forget.

[EPUB] ✾ Whitechapel  ❃ Bernard Schaffer – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • Paperback
  • 346 pages
  • Whitechapel
  • Bernard Schaffer
  • English
  • 01 July 2017
  • 1463612214

10 thoughts on “Whitechapel


  1. says:

    Disclaimer I bailed at page 62.I m not a squeamish reader I can handle blood, violence, and gore as long as it s backed up by good writing and a decent plot Sorry to say this book had none of those qualities IMO Overly repetitive foul language, trite writing and what I consider a character assassination of my beloved fictional sleuth Sherlock Holmes.If you re a fan of horror, ...


  2. says:

    I was really looking forward to this novel, I thought it sounded great The back cover says Whitechapel the final stand of Sherlock Holmes combines the actual events of the investigation into Jack the Ripper s crimes with the canon of Arthur Conan Doyle Historically accurate, graphic and bold This is Sherlock Holmes as you ve never seen him, and will never be able to forget I have to agree with much of that description, unfortunately it wasn t at all what I imagined It was certainly graph I was really looking forward to this novel, I thought it sounded great The back cover says Whitechapel the final stand of Sherlock Holmes combines the actual events of the investigation into Jack the Ripper s crimes with the canon of Arthur Conan Doyle Historically accurate, graphic and bold This is Sherlock Holmes as you ve never seen him, and will never be able to forget I have to agree with much of that description, unfortunately ...


  3. says:

    This is the vilest piece of stuff that I had the misfortune to read in some time It is utter rubbish on the following counts 1 Mere usage of two creatures named Sherlock Holmes Watson does not make a book a pastiche The author should be hauled up for plain simple charatcer assassination by any Sherlockian.2 Even as a Ripper novel, the book fails utterly The research is shoddy if not non existent , and even the descriptions do not tally with the reality for that, I would reco This is the vilest piece of stuff that I had the misfortune to read in some time It is utter rubbish on the following counts 1 Mere usage ...


  4. says:

    Whitechapel The Last Stand of Sherlock Holmes is simply a masterpiece, although it is not a typical Holmes novel Bernard Schaffer spins a dark, terrifying tale of a serial killer, how he developed his insatiable desire and how it eventually destroys him The story is told from the different points of view of the killer, the victims and those who are trying to stop the rampageand those who encourage it Although the story is told through several points of view, the primary characters are the Whitechapel The Last Stand of Sherlock Holmes is simply a masterpiece, although it is not a typical Holmes novel Bernard Schaffer spins a dark, terrifying tale of a serial killer, how he developed his insatiable desire and how it eventually destroys him The story is told from the different points of view of the killer, the victims and those who are trying to stop the rampageand those who encourage it Although the story is told through several points of view, the primary characters are the killer, Montag...


  5. says:

    Author Bernard Schaffer hits it out of the park with a stylish, fictionalized story of the notorious killer Jack the Ripper with one of the ultimate investigators in fiction, Sherlock Holmes As expected, it s not for the faint of heart, but the book reads smoothly and carries the reader into the world...


  6. says:

    I really want to get this one and read it It sounds so good I am just so backlogged,.Someday 1111


  7. says:

    Hmm, if this book was only about Jack the Ripper I think it could have been so good I really enjoyed those chapters But I hated the way the author portrayed Holmes, Watson and Lestrade Wouldn t recommend to any Sherlock fans 2 for the Ripper scenes.


  8. says:

    Where to begin Having previously read some immensely enjoyable stories of Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper, I was looking forward to delving into yet another imagining of what Holmes would do, had he the opportunity to consult on such a case Unfortunately, this story proved to be a great disappointment, as well as a source of anger and frustration In fact, I think this is the worst Holmes pastiche I ve ever read seriously The biggest injustice of this book is the absolute character a Where to begin Having previously read some immensely enjoyable stories of Sherlock Holmes versus Jack the Ripper, I was looking forward to delving into yet another imagining of what Holmes would do, had he the opportunity to consult on such a case Unfortunately, this story proved to be a great disappointment, as well as a source of anger and frustration In fact, I think this is the worst Holmes pastiche I ve ever read seriously The biggest injustice of this book i...


  9. says:

    I am not an ACD elitist I enjoy Sherlock Holmes in all of his varied forms and stories, and Whitechapel was a great read in my opinion I m a reader who wants to be entertained, and this story had it Mystery, violence, heartache I devoured this book in one sitting couldn t put it down The characters were so real to me, they even eclipsed the characters I had built up in my mind after watching Sherlock on the BBC, and reading ACD collections all winter Schaffer made the characters his ow I am not an ACD elitist I enjoy Sherlock Holmes in all of his varied ...


  10. says:

    I was intrigued when I saw this book listed on Goodreads First Reads, and somewhat excited when the copy I won arrived The unremarkable cover hid the excitement inside.This is a well told version of the Jack the Ripper tale fictionalized, but well based in known facts written with an eye to the Victorian era as told in the Sherlock Holmes tales of Conan Doyle Fans of Conan Doyle s mythic detective should beware, though this is not the Sherlock Holmes that he wrote about Our Sherlock in thi I was intrigued when I saw this book listed on Goodreads First Reads, and somewhat excited when the copy I won arrived The unremarkable cover hid the excitement inside.This is a well told version of the Jack the Ripper tale fictionalized, but well based in known facts written with an eye to the Victorian era as told in the Sherlock Holmes tales of Conan Doyle Fans of Conan Doyle s mythic detective should beware, though this is not the Sherlock Holmes that he wrote about Our Sherlock in this tale istrue to life he suffers from the ravages of his drug addiction One question we are left to wonder until near the ending is who will win, the drugs or Mr Holmes Dr John Watson and...

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