by Madison Kent
In August of 1888, one of the most notorious murderers of all time made his mark known to the world through the heinous slaying of five women in the slums of Whitechapel, England. Madeline Donovan is about to arrive in London just as Jack the Ripper’s first victim appears, mutilated with her throat sliced clear to the bone. The purpose of Madeline's trip to London changes after that, and she goes into the streets of Whitechapel to ferret out any information about this menace.
She is still aboard the SS City of New York when word reaches the ship about the murders, and her intent to embrace solitude is then cast off. She has a chance encounter with Jonathan Franks, a reporter from the New York Times, who has been sent to cover the story. She also meets some dowager ladies, who will seek her help to find their niece, Polly Nichols. She has been lost to the streets, living in Whitechapel as a prostitute. When they learn of the recent murders in Whitechapel, they are determined to find her and bring her home.
Madeline journeys to the seedy side of London to the streets of Whitechapel. She's determined to stop the demon, Jack.
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