Review ~ Killing Jane by Stacy Green

Book: Killing Jane

Series: Erin Prince #1

Author: Stacy Green

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Format/Page Count: Kindle, 340

Published: Vesuvian Books, January 31, 2017

Source: Publisher

WHAT IF EVERYTHING YOU’VE EVER HEARD ABOUT JACK THE RIPPER IS WRONG …

A young woman is brutally murdered in Washington D.C., and the killer leaves behind a calling card connected to some of the most infamous murders in history.

JACK THE RIPPER

Rookie homicide investigator Erin Prince instinctively knows the moment she sees the mutilated body that it’s only a matter of time before someone else dies.

She and her partner, Todd Beckett, are on the trail of a madman, and a third body sends them in the direction they feared most: a serial killer is walking the streets of D.C.

THE CLOCK IS TICKING.

Erin must push past her mounting self-doubt in order to unravel a web of secrets filled with drugs, pornography, and a decades-old family skeleton before the next victim is sacrificed.

THE ONLY WAY TO STOP A KILLER IS TO BEAT THEM AT THEIR OWN GAME.

I believe everyone is more or less acquainted with the infamous serial killer Jack The Ripper. Whenever I see the name appear relating to pretty much anything, it piques my interest. Can’t help it. It’s like a secret code that draws me in whenever I hear it. I guess it has to do with the fact that it is an unknown, something that happened so long ago, in an era where there was no forensic or technological help to solve the cases. A killer who was a first and who never got caught. You might wonder why I’m going on about Jack The Ripper. The reason is simply because this is the case that shares center stage with the main murder of the book.

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