Book Reviews of Curtains of Blood

Curtains of Blood
Curtains of Blood
Author: Robert J. Randisi
ISBN-13: 9780843950687
ISBN-10: 0843950684
Publication Date: 12/2002
Pages: 368
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 16 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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What a combination! Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, with Jack the Ripper, Bram Stoker, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle all in one book. Determine to find out the White Chapel murderer, Bram Stoker sets out and starts to do some research in hopes of figuring out the murder⦠but there is a turn in the events. One night after being tricked down an alley to be mugged, he is rescued by an unexpected hero⦠Jack the Ripper!

Soon later, the Ripper visits Bram again, asking for suggestions and a âwriter's opinionâ of his work of his letters. Soon Bram finds himself enveloped in a world of mess that he did not expected to happen. He's also finding that he has built a âneedâ for the ripper.

This book keeps you interested and you don't want to put the book down; defiantly worth reading. Robert J. Randisi uses real information from the Ripper files for this story and it's fascinating how he uses his art for words to make such a great tale. Recommend this book for anyone who likes Mysteries, Thrillers, and Historical Fiction/Fantasy.
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Bram Stoker mets Jack the Ripper. Literally. Great what if book.
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London, 1888. A knife flashes in the fog. A madman has begun the most notorious and shocking series of murders in history. With each new discovery of a woman's mutilated body, the citywide panic grows. The police seem unable to stop the killer, even when he taunts them with letters. Letters signed. . .Jack the Ripper.

In another part of London, the reign of terror has touched a young writer and theater manager named Bram Stoker. The police have closed his theater's production of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and suspect its star of being Jack the Ripper. His livelihood endangered, Stoker sets out on his own to find the real killer. But Jack wants just as badly to find Stoker. When the madman and the author meet face to face, a new chapter will be written in the annals of horror.