By Jane Goodall
London 1971. Nell, a university student, is desperate to forget the traumas of her past. But as a series of murders reveal a killer obsessed with Jack the Ripper, Nell realises her terrifying nightmares might be coming true. Meanwhile Detective Briony Williams is tracking down ‘The Walker’ – an elusive killer who arranges his victims’ bodies in grotesque parodies of Hogarth’s engravings. Winner of the 2004 New Kelly Award for best crime novel, this elegant thriller is gripping, taut, and deadly.