Ripper

Paperback | April 4, 2013

byStefan Petrucha

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Panic grips the city!
There is a killer loose in New York City, and Carver Young is the only one who sees the startling connection between the recent string of murders and the most famous serial killer in history: Jack the Ripper. Time is winding down until the killer claims another victim, but Carver soon sees that, to The Ripper, this is all a game that he may be destined to lose.

“Petrucha’s story hits the ground running and doesn’t let up…”—Publisher’s Weekly
“A rollicking story full of cannot-put-it-down twists an turns.” —VOYA
“A well-crafted romp through yesteryear’s New York.” —Kirkus Reviews

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Panic grips the city! There is a killer loose in New York City, and Carver Young is the only one who sees the startling connection between the recent string of murders and the most famous serial killer in history: Jack the Ripper. Time is winding down until the killer claims another victim, but Carver soon sees that, to The Ripper, thi...

A lifetime fan of comic books, science fiction, and horror, Stefan Petrucha developed a love for all sorts of literary work in high school and college, eventually learning that the very best fiction always brings you back to reality, so really, there’s no way out. At times he has been a tech writer, and educational writer, a public rel...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 8.25 × 5.48 × 1.08 inPublished:April 4, 2013Publisher:Penguin Young Readers GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0142424188

ISBN - 13:9780142424186

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“Petrucha’s story hits the ground running and doesn’t let up...” — Publishers Weekly

Petrucha "provides both a well-crafted romp through yesteryear’s New York and an enticing companion for it." — Kirkus Reviews