The Man Who Would Be Jack
A STARTLING NEW BOOK THAT REVEALS THE
IDENTITY OF THE REAL JACK THE RIPPER
London, 1891. Less than three weeks after the last Whitechapel murder, 25-
Ignored by his superiors the Inspector eventually decides to take his story to the press. His actions unleash the biggest journalistic investigation of the time with The Sun putting its star reporters on the trail of Thomas Cutbush. The startling new evidence and compelling eyewitness testimonies they discover sets up a sensational scoop.
The Man Who Would Be Jack introduces the incredible story of the investigation conducted by The Sun and Inspector Race that, at long last, exposes the truth of one of the world’s most tantalising mysteries.
"A watertight case. Rarely is a factual book such a page turner"
TV presenter Nick Knowles
‘Brilliantly researched and expertly written.’
The Whitechapel Society
‘It is one of the volumes every Ripperologist should have on their bookshelf.’
‘David Bullock's meticulously-
Tessa Harris, author of The Anatomist's Apprentice
‘Suspenseful prose, as good as any fictional murder story.’
The Good Book Guide
‘A fascinating story.’
'An engaging atmospheric read, this account of the life and crimes of Ripper suspect Thomas Cutbush brings to life the seamy and violent side of Victorian society.’
“Bullock makes a strong and convincing case, admirably summarised in 21 key points towards the end.”
"As you'd expect from a Jack the Ripper walking tour guide, David Bullock excels as a narrator... A thrilling tale."
“A volume that surely every Ripperologist should have on his shelf.”
Red Jack reviews
“Reads like a novel… Great book, excellent research, a credible suspect that we haven't
heard much about and perfect end-
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