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Lly 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. Creepy in all the right ways Pity the editor was crap and missed a lot of spelling mistakes

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Hands of the Ripper

Ven 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 meetingsOne night at an intimate séance in Aida's house the lights go out and one of the group is bruta. A major disappointment To be honest I really did enjoy the first half of the book Everything was going well and there was a great mix of mystery and horror I ve never watched the movie before and though I read some of the criticising reviews in regards to this book I still tried my best to keep an open mind But I just couldn t handle the second half The plot started going downhill some bits were too rushed and random Too many characters were introduced at one go and hence were barely getting any in depth descriptions The ending was just so horrible and I felt like I d just wasted six whole days getting so invested in something only to experience disappointment in the end And the punctuation I had difficulty getting through some parts just because of the lack of commas speech marks and full stops It was just too much to handle I don t deny that Guy Adams has the potential to be a great writer but it s just the fact that Hands of the Ripper is not one for the hot list

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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 throatOn a cold wet night recently widowed psychology lecturer John Pritchard visits spiritualist Aida Golding with his son Although wary something has dri. A strange little story if you re wanting to read about the Hammer movie Hands of the ripper don t bother with this Elements reminded me of The Dark Half or Shocker 35


10 thoughts on “Hands of the Ripper

  1. says:

    A strange little story if you're wanting to read about the Hammer movie Hands of the ripper don't bother with this Elements reminded me of The Dark Half or Shocker 35

  2. says:

    One or two interesting ideas but it felt like nothing really was going on Like the 'X the Unknown' novelization it's brought into the present day perhaps to separate it from the usual Jack the Ripper cliches and mythology that has cropped up since the film was originally made and to allow it to follow of the Yorkshire Ripper type than the go

  3. says:

    i don't mind a book that says it was based on a movie but jeez get a little closer next time

  4. says:

    I gave it three star because I'm a Hammer fan the book was changed well to moden times and has some good bits with in the story but saddly it could only go so fareOK to read but only fully enjoyed by Hammer lovers

  5. says:

    A man goes to a spirtitulist church tom try to speak to his dead wife he later goes to a seance with the lights off its terrifying when the lights swithch back on one of them is dead

  6. says:

    A major disappointment To be honest I really did enjoy the first half of the book Everything was going well and there was a great mix of mystery and horror I’ve never watched the movie before and though I read some of the criticising reviews in regards to this book I still tried my best to keep an open mind But I just couldn’t handle the second half The plot started going downhill some bits were too rushe

  7. says:

    Creepy in all the right ways Pity the editor was crap and missed a lot of spelling mistakes

  8. says:

    Reviewed for Book Chick Cityhttpwwwbookchickcitycom201210HANDS OF THE RIPPER by Guy Adams is a horror book based on a film from Hammer that features horrific memories of the past plaguing the present John Pritchard is a university lecturer in the subject of psychology whose wife passed away recently and he is struggling to cope with his grief He sometimes sees her around the house and is toying with the idea of visiti

  9. says:

    First New Hammer by name only please stop these re imaginations of your classics I LOVED lush setting of 1971 movie Hands of the Ripper the charm of old Hammer and if I had known that the setting is changed I had not bought a book at all Original story had interesting situation reminding me from 1970´s Hammer classic The vampire lovers where the lethal if tragic houseguest infiltrates the period home No flat BBC lighting draining of col

  10. says:

    I have just finished reading Hands of the Ripper having not been aware that it was based on a Hammer film until I was halfway through and must admit I am disappointed I found the plot confusing and hard to follow with characters not given enough depth I disliked the lack of expansion on the private séances and feel the book as a whole was rushed and also badly edited I noted a number of spelling mistakes throughout Sad because I thought

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