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Author Update - Stephen Hunter - May 17, 2015

Author Stephen HunterSuspense readers enjoy a good serial killer - clever, crafty, slipping through the hands of the smartest detectives, FBI profilers and regular beat cops. Some of the top names in contemporary fiction place their star protagonists face-to-face with some of the most blood thirty killers the imagination can create. If you are a reader of Blake Crouch, Alan Jacobson, Chelsea Cain, Dan Wells, or Jeff Lindsay you are already ahead of the game.

A hundred years before The Green River Killer left a string of bodies across the Pacific Northwest, the most notorious, perhaps the first, serial killer hunted the streets of London - of course, none other than Jack the Ripper himself.

Works of fiction inspired by the Whitechapel murders arose immediately after the atrocities were committed, and a steady stream of books has followed.

I, Ripper by Stephen HunterThe latest, I, RIPPER, is by Stephen Hunter. Taking a break from his best selling sniper novels - most featuring Bob Lee Swagger - Hunter has written the book he always wanted to write. He takes you deep inside the mind of the most notorious serial killer of all time who has haunted the dark corners of our imagination, the paradigm of the psychotic killer.
Dripping with intrigue, atmosphere, and diabolical twists, this magnificent psychological thriller takes you deep into the world of 1880 London conveying the fear that ripped a society apart.

- John