Miller's Court: A Play About Jack the Ripper and His Last Victim
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Título: Miller's Court: A Play About Jack the Ripper...
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Early on the morning of 9 November 1888, Jack the Ripper took his last victim, the young Irish prostitute Mary Kelly, back to her one-room hovel at No. 13 Miller's Court, in the East End of London. Two hours later, Mary lay dead and horribly butchered--the Ripper's last and most ghastly murder. What happened in those fateful two hours? What did Jack the Ripper and Mary Kelly say to each other? Did they, perhaps, reveal everything about themselves--their pasts, their characters, and the sad, twisted motivations that set them on their separate journeys to this tragic rendezvous? Compassionate yet unsparing, poignant yet terrifying, this attempt to answer those questions is a tragedy in the oldest, purest sense of the word.About the Author:
JAMES JEFFREY PAUL was born in 1963. He is a native of Orlando, Florida and a graduate of Duke University. He is the author of a true crime book, NOTHING IS STRANGE WITH YOU: THE LIFE AND CRIMES OF GORDON STEWART NORTHCOTT. His novel about the search for the Loch Ness Monster, WONDER OF NESS, will be published in the fall of 2013.
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