Spring Heeled Jack: The Terror of London

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Dodo Press, 2008 - Fiction - 104 pages
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aOut of the enormous army of highwaymen, footpads, and housebreakers, who have made themselves famous or infamous in the annals of English crime, probably not one ever succeeded in gaining such a large amount of notoriety in so short a space of time as the subject of our present sketch, Spring-Heeled Jack. This quickly acquired reputation was the result, probably, of the veil of mystery which shrouded the identity of the man who was known on all hands as the Terror of London. a

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Review: Spring Heeled Jack: The Terror Of London (Dodo Press)

User Review  - Geraldine O'Hagan - Goodreads

A justly forgotten Penny Dreadful, by a wisely anonymous author, significantly inferior in both quality and, more fortunately, length to bothVarney the Vampire or The Feast of Bloodand The String of ... Read full review

Review: Spring Heeled Jack: The Terror Of London (Dodo Press)

User Review  - David Brzezinski - Goodreads

This product of its time takes the acts of England's other Jack, Spring-heeled Jack and spins a fanciful tale of who he just may happen to be. It is a tale of betrayal and revenge, turning the ... Read full review

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