They All Love Jack
Busting the RipperAudiobook CD - 2015
In exploring the case of Jack the Ripper, Robison goes beyond the who that has obsessed countless others and focuses on the why. He asserts that any 'gentlemen' that walked above the fetid gutters of London, the nineteenth century's most depraved city, often harbored proclivities both violent and taboo, yearnings that went entirely unpunished, especially if he also bore royal connections. The story of Jack the Ripper hinges on accounts that were printed and distributed throughout history by the same murderous miscreants who frequented the East End of her Majesty's London, wiping the fetid muck from their boots when they once again reached the marble floors of society's finest homes.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Harper Audio,, 
Edition: Unabridged Retail edition.
Branch Call Number: CDAUDIO 364.1523 Robinson
Characteristics: 24 audio discs (approximately 30 hr., 30 min.) :,CD audio, digital ;,4 3/4 in. audio file, CD audio, rda digital, rda