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Book Review: From Whitechapel, by Melanie Clegg

As Jack the Ripper holds London in the grip of the autumn of terror, three very different young women find themselves thrown together to solve the mystery of a mysterious letter. Little do they know that the letter’s contents will take them into the heart of Whitechapel and bring some of them face to face […]

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Polly Nichols and the Republican Platform

Here’s one thing I think we all know: I want to be a writer. I’m working on something else right now, but the next novel I’ll be concentrating on is a paranormal historical concerning the Whitechapel murders of 1888. This means I had to do a lot of research into the time period, including the […]

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“Before the Storm” by Melanie Clegg

What do you get when you mix Georgian England, pre-Revolutionary France, and Edith Wharton’s The Buccaneers?