Prisoner 4374 by A.J. Griffiths-Jones

For more than a century, Dr. Thomas Neill Cream was a potential Jack The Ripper suspect.

Prisoner 4374

He was a sinister character, preying on the unfortunate souls who were forced to make a living as streetwalkers in Victorian London, and ultimately led those poor women to an untimely and torturous death. These crimes eventually branded him the 'Lambeth Poisoner'.

However, during the time of the heinous Ripper murders, Dr. Cream was incarcerated in Joliet Prison, Illinois. Over the decades, this fact alone has caused debate as to whether or not he deserves to be under suspicion of being the Whitechapel fiend. Was it possible that Dr. Cream bribed his way out of jail, perhaps using a doppelganger to take his place while secretly finding a passage to England with murder in mind?

This fascinating book, told from the standpoint of Cream himself, explains the twisted logic behind his actions. The author has done considerable and meticulous research, tracing Cream's life from his adolescent years in Canada to his last moments on the gallows at Newgate.

Jack the Ripper Book of the Year 2016

Praise from readers:

★★★★★ - "Author A.J. Griffiths-Jones has produced a real tour de force with this excellent book, entering a new dimension in the annals of Jack the Ripper literature."

★★★★★ - "As a reader who does not know much about Jack the Ripper, I found this book very intriguing and wanting more! It was a very good read, full of details and suspense."

Genre: TRUE CRIME / Murder / Serial Killers

Secondary Genre: HISTORY / Essays

Language: English

Keywords: none

Word Count: 75000

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