Peter Sutcliffe - The Yorkshire Ripper (True Crimes Book 3)
A simple overview of the Yorkshire Ripper case but one that lacks genuine insight. Riddled with errors that should have been picked up by a competent editor (George Oldfield is referred to as "Jack Oldfield" twice on the same page) this is little more than a light read.
On the plus side, for the impatient reader who wishes to get the bare bones of the case this is cheap and can be devoured on a train journey. Or even on the toilet.
Paul Carpenter: 2014-09-06