Tag: A. J. Griffiths-Jones

‘Black Sparrow’ by A.J. Griffiths-Jones

Black Sparrow The fates of two very different people converge when a sinister twist brings them together. The young Muslim woman running from her traditional family and the city gent hoping to round off his career before a comfortable retirement, find themselves inextricably bound up in each other’s destinies. The last book I read by…

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‘Prisoner 4374’ by A. J. Griffiths-Jones

Prisoner 4374 Scottish-born Dr. Thomas Neill Cream is often suspected of being the face behind the Jack the Ripper murders, but has he been misrepresented? There’s no doubt he was responsible for several deaths, but does the fact that he spent time in an American prison during the Whitechapel killings let him off the hook,…

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