I already knew Patricia Cornwell for her involving character,Key Scarpetta, but the book that I'd like to suggest you this month is a little different.
Everyone of you probably heard about Jack the Ripper from the multitude of films, books and so on this argument. But who was Jack the Ripper? Lots of theories had been expressed and continue also today. What is true is that in the period between August and November 1888 five women were nastily killed in the London district named Whiechapel; nothing was definitively confirmed and the misterious continue. In my opinion, the long work made by Cornwell (with the support of modern technologies and forensic medicine) could be a real hypotesis on this topic.
And you? What's your opinion?
December is coming and I'm so late with my studies!!
Still no news for the scanner, we'll probably buy a new one. However, I'm going to upload something in these days.
Hope you're all right
'See, madness, as you know, is like gravity: all it takes is a little push!' (Joker - The Dark Knight)