Stalking Jack The Ripper Review

Stalking Jack The Ripperstalking

Genres: Young Adult, Horror, Historical, mystery, crime

Author: Kerri Maniscalco

Publication Year: September 20th 2016

Reading from:Ebook

Publisher: Jimmy Patterson

Pages:326 pages

Rating:  😍😍😍😍 Infinite stars

buy it: Barnes And Noble

Summary From Goodreads:

Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord’s daughter, with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her. But between the social teas and silk dress fittings, she leads a forbidden secret life.

Against her stern father’s wishes and society’s expectations, Audrey often slips away to her uncle’s laboratory to study the gruesome practice of forensic medicine. When her work on a string of savagely killed corpses drags Audrey into the investigation of a serial murderer, her search for answers brings her close to her own sheltered world.


*heart eyes*


“Monsters were supposed to be scary and ugly. They weren’t supposed to hide behind friendly smiles and well-trimmed hair. Goodness, twisted as it might be, was not meant to be locked away in an icy heart and anxious exterior. Grief”




This book follows Audrey Rose,she comes from a wealthy family during the late 1880’s in London. She 17 years old and although in London there happens to be lots of expectations and rules of society and her dad, she is determined to study medicine. Against all society, she sneaks away to her Uncle’s laboratory to study forensics medicine. And then an investigation breaks out after Jack the Ripper strikes. Audrey Rose can’t help but get into the huge mess of investigation. Where she meets Thomas Cresswell, a perfect partner in crime for Audrey Rose. He’s an absolute a nerve racking character. He is honesty one of the funniest characters ever.

So I have a always been a huge history geek, and I love anything set in London. Its like a super huge weakness for me. The whole book’s atmosphere was mysterious, ad spooky. It made me want to hide under my covers. Throughout the whole story I was determined to piece it altogether but lets say I didn’t see any of it coming.

This is my new and one of my biggest OTPs now.

*Deep Sigh*

for Thomas Cresswell Please……..


Major swoon here here

“One taste of warm blood is never enough, Miss Wadsworth.”

Audrey Rose was a fantastic character, shes a huge feminist. And is incredible witty and stands her ground. Oh and lets not forget she incredibility stubborn.

Memorable QUOTES

“Roses have both petals and thorns, my dark flower. You needn’t believe something weak because it appears delicate. Show the world your bravery.”

“My heart raced. Part of me wanted to draw him into a hug and heal his wounds, and part of me wished to ferret out all his secrets and piece the puzzle of him together this instant.”

“Monsters were supposed to be scary and ugly. They weren’t supposed to hide behind friendly smiles and well-trimmed hair. Goodness, twisted as it might be, was not meant to be locked away in an icy heart and anxious exterior.”

About the author: Kerri Maniscalco

I’m mostly on instagram and twitter–where I’m always ready to talk fictional crushes and nerd out over books. (Okay, okay. And I’ve also been known to share snippets and teasers from my upcoming novels, if you’re into that sort of thing…) Please feel free to chat with me there @KerriManiscalco. I love talking with fellow readers!

Kerri Maniscalco grew up in a semi-haunted house outside NYC where her fascination with gothic settings began. In her spare time she reads everything she can get her hands on, cooks all kinds of food with her family and friends, and drinks entirely too much tea while discussing life’s finer points with her cats.

Her first novel in this series, Stalking Jack the Ripper, debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. It incorporates her love of forensic science and unsolved history.

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