London: the autumn of 1888. A time that has become known as the autumn of terror. The Whitechapel area of London is one of the most poverty stricken and crime ridden parts of the capital. It has become a breeding ground for crime and prostitution. The world’s first serial killer kills and mutilates several women in the space of a few months, leaving the city’s residents helpless and horrified. He is never caught or identified, although from taunting letters sent to the newspapers, he becomes known as Jack the Ripper.
London: present day. Tour guide Ian Groves narrowly escapes with his life when someone tries to push him under a train and is dragged into a dangerous and secretive conspiracy reaching back over a century. Supposedly, someone actually knew who the Ripper was and can prove it. Groves learns there is a box of papers hidden somewhere containing the evidence that that will put an end to the years of speculation, and prove once and for all who Jack the Ripper really was. Along with a beautiful American teacher, he decides to try to track down the box and get to the truth. However, someone else seems to want to locate the box even more badly and will stop at nothing to get it..
The Whitechapel Conspiracy is a fast paced and exciting mystery spanning 120 years and several countries, that takes the reader on a quest for the truth about the world’s most notorious serial killer.
Targeted Age Group: Adults
Book Price: $2.99
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Don’t give up. Once you have written and published your book, put all your time and energy into promoting and advertising it – which is perhaps even more difficult than writing it!
Martin Loughlin has been a freelance writer for several years. He has also worked in the travel industry, public relations and for a non profit company. He decided that if everyone else could write a book and get published, then perhaps he should give it a go too.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have always been interested in Jack the Ripper, although hopefully not as obsessed as the character in my book! Going on a Jack the Ripper guided walk in London a few years ago gave me the idea for the book.
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