Quotes About Jack The Ripper

Quotes tagged as "jack-the-ripper" (showing 1-10 of 10)
Maureen Johnson
“It was as if the news itself wanted to reassure me. Even Jack the Ripper himself had reappeared as part of the greeting committee.”
Maureen Johnson, The Name of the Star

Alan Moore
“Perhaps this is the purpose of all art, all writing, on the murders, fiction and non-fiction:

Simply to participate.”
Alan Moore, From Hell

Gregory Maguire
“It was mild monsters like these that made Jack the Ripper go after young women, she decided: who could tolerate yielding the world to someone who behaved as if she had given birth to the very world herself?”
Gregory Maguire, Lost

Mord McGhee
“It's not dystopia to think history will repeat itself.”
Mord McGhee, Murder Red Ink

Daven Anderson
“How come they get to be gray-haired and still in love with each other, while Lilly tears out what's left of my heart and dumps it into her Jill-The-Ripper shredder?”
Daven Anderson, Vampire Syndrome

Bernard Schaffer
“My book is extremely graphic. I make no apologies for it. But it is graphic only because I told the truth about what the Ripper did to his victims.”
Bernard Schaffer, Whitechapel: The Final Stand Of Sherlock Holmes

“London, noisy, noisome, nattering London: aged, ageless, dignified, eccentric in her ways - seat of empire, capital of all the world; that indomitable grey lady of drab aspect but sparkling personality - was at her very, very best and most radiant. And Holmes, ebullient and uncommonly chatty, was in a mood to match.”
Edward B. Hanna, The Whitechapel Horrors

RoChe Montoya
“None of us like each other, but one thing is for sure, we all hate you.”
RoChe Montoya, The 2nd Realm

Carol Oates
“The city reeked of death, and the savages that resided within its imposing starkness existed in fear of their lives. They had been shocked by the recent bloody Whitechapel murders, as if starvation, disease, moral degradation, and perpetual smog drowning all color in gray wasn’t enough to bring home the pathetic reality of their miserable existence. The police were no nearer to capturing the monster that lurked in the crevices, and London seemed stiller in the dark, the streets devoid of hope.”
Carol Oates, Something Wicked

R. Barri Flowers
“Lending my voice to a dedicated readership is a match made in heaven.”
R. Barri Flowers, Murder Aboard the Titanic: A Mystery At Sea Short

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