Jack the Ripper is probably the most notorious serial killer in the history of crime. In late Victorian London, women lived in fear of a brutal and bloody killer. For nearly 130 years, his terrifying sobriquet has conjured disgust and fascination in the minds of true-crime lovers. But who was this vile destroyer of women? Many names have been suggested over the decades, yet few have any tangible connection to the crimes. Now, in Alan Razen’s book, the layers of mystique and obscuration that have hidden the identity of “The Ripper” are swept away, so that the truth can finally be revealed. New information, previously unknown or unpublished, but which has been in the public domain for decades – and which, shockingly, should have lead to contemporaneous justice – points accusingly at the real Jack the Ripper. Well, that’s the sales pitch. There are those who would seek to rubbish and sabotage this book. Consequently, the book is now being offered free of charge on all major e-formats through Smashwords. So anyone can now read and evaluate this book for themselves – hopefully, without prejudice – while incurring no cost. So, what is there to lose? The truth deserves to be known, regardless of what any individual wants to think of that; this book cites an undeniable – I would say compelling – connection to the crimes, and regardless of whatever any reader can conclude from this, curious questions will still remain – and I would challenge ANYONE to disprove or meaningfully discredit this theory. There is a strong possibility – the strongest ever forwarded – that JTK has finally been identified.