# of Pages: 372
Rory goes to England with her parents for her senior year of high school and enrolls in a private boarding school in London. She hits it off with her roommate and finds that she fits in pretty well with their different classes and overall school schedules. Shortly after she arrives, however, a terrible murder is committed mimicking Jack the Ripper’s first murder that occurred many years prior to this on the same date. Despite London having over a million cameras throughout the city there is a shocking lack of evidence. Rory and her new friends live close to where all of these murders occurred and therefore get caught up in the fear that sweeps over London. Can they find the Jack the Ripper impersonator? Will the murders continue and everyone be helpless to stop it?
This book was highly suspenseful, entertaining, and unique. The idea itself captures most people’s interest as Jack the Ripper is one of the most famous unidentified serial killers and the hysteria that sweeps the public is completely believable. The actual revelation of who is committing the murders is unique and yet plausible. The characters are all likable and the ending sets up the series for many more titles to come. This book was named an Iowa Teen Award winner for this year and is highly recommended.