Stalking Jack The Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Stalking Jack the Ripper is definitely an imaginative read. It holds a sense of gothicism that is in tune with stories such as Dracula and Frankenstein, but still has an accurately historical feel. The author wrote this in such a way that all of the “facts” (those that are not factual) in the story seem to be true as if they were real evidence from the investigation into The Ripper.

I finished this book the day I started it and it became one of my favorites! I loved the strong, bold, independent, main character Audrey Rose and her sense of adventure and a longing for knowledge. I enjoyed the intrigue between Audrey and Thomas and how their relationship flourished in a macabre setting. I thoroughly enjoyed how the author threw in a few true facts to go along with the fictional ones, making the story feel intensely creepy and real. The ending was unexpected and had me sympathizing with “The Ripper”. This one definitely received a 5 star rating!

The second installment, Hunting Prince Dracula, will be released later this year! I am dying with anticipation and excited to share that the amazing author of these books, Kerri Maniscalco, is hosting a giveaway with some awesome book goodies!


Go check her out here on Word Press: https://kerrimaniscalco.com/2017/02/15/my-bloody-valentine-2/

Here on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kerrimaniscalco/

Here on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KerriManiscalcoAuthor/

Here on Twitter: https://twitter.com/KerriManiscalco

And go read Stalking Jack the Ripper!

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