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  • Published: 5 July 2012
  • ISBN: 9781446492079
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
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Hands of the Ripper




A deeply unsettling tale of manipulation and terror. A new, modern-day novelisation of the classic Hammer film, Hands of the Ripper.

He is raising the poker again and Anna bites her lower lip so hard she chokes a little in the blood that runs down her throat...

On a cold, wet night recently widowed psychology lecturer John Pritchard visits spiritualist Aida Golding with his son. Although wary something has driven him here. And he is drawn to a troubled young woman who is trying to contact her child. Something about her intrigues him and despite his doubts he continues to attend meetings.

One night at an intimate séance in Aida's house the lights go out and one of the group is brutally murdered. John has his suspicions but he can't prove anything. He senses that Aida has some hold over the girl and he offers her a place of refuge in his home. But the past haunts Anna in the most chilling of ways. And all too soon John realises he's made a terrible mistake...

  • Published: 5 July 2012
  • ISBN: 9781446492079
  • Imprint: Cornerstone Digital
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 288
Categories:

About the author

Guy Adams

Guy Adams lives in Spain, surrounded by rescue animals. Some of them are his family.

Having spent over ten years working as a professional actor and comedian, eventually he decided he’d quite like to eat regularly, so switched careers and became a full-time writer. Nobody said he was clever. Against all odds he managed to stay busy and since then he has written over twenty books.

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Praise for Hands of the Ripper

Written with care and style, Adams has given this Horror Channel favourite a new lease of life and continues a stunning series of books that cleverly give these true classics a new updated lease of life. More please!

HorrorChannel.co.uk

Guy Adams’ greatest strength as a writer is his flair for natural dialogue.

British Fantasy Society

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