Review - Jack the Ripper: Live and Uncut by Matt Leyshon
There were times where Carl Axford had a bit of an abrupt manner to him; though as you go through the book, he goes sort of grow on you as a character despite his faults. He's also very good at solving things - one last thing I will say is that I loved the cover! I ended up giving this book a four star rating and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.
I am very interested in seeing where this author's writing career takes him - he's definitely got a talent for writing, and I most certainly hope that this isn't the last book that I read from him.