Funny Little Games by Jack Harding



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Whitechapel, 1888: ‘The Autumn of Terror’. 

‘Jack the Ripper’, the world’s first and perhaps most infamous serial killer, is at large. The filthy cobbled streets of Victorian London are rife with rumour and suspicion, with paranoia and with fear. Who is the killer? Why are they doing this? Why are the victims being mutilated in such a grisly fashion? Who’s next? Nobody knows. 

Enter a rather eccentric gentleman who goes by the name of Chapman (or is it Maybrick?) He’s intelligent, sophisticated, artistic and quick-witted. He’s also a psychopath. And while he may not be the man Scotland Yard are looking for, he has an unhealthy obsession with the murderer and his funny little games. One night, Chapman decides to take a walk on the wild side, embarking on a wicked stroll through Whitechapel with a serrated knife and a few vials of poison in his possession. 

Blending a slew of Ripper lore, facts and theories into this gruesome slice of terror, Jack Harding’s darkly twisted short story of dread and mounting horror will keep you on your toes to the bitter end…

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