[PDF / Epub] ☀ Somebody's Mother, Somebody's Daughter: True Stories from Victims and Survivors of the Yorkshire Ripper ✍ Carol Ann Lee – Tactical-player.co.uk

Somebody's Mother, Somebody's Daughter: True Stories from Victims and Survivors of the Yorkshire Ripper Such a true account of what the Yorkshire Ripper did to them poor women It had me hooked from the first page , A very well written book about the victims and survivors of the beast Peter Sutcliffe I was only two years old when he murdered his first victim, mum of four and my compatriot Wilma McCann The level of violence Sutcliffe inflicted upon his victims was beyond belief and the disgusting attitude that some of the victims weren t Innocent or somehow deserving of their fate was a disgrace The police could have caught him sooner I mean look at the photofits, it s like looking at a photo of Sutcliffe Carol Ann Lee s books are always very good This is the second one I ve read recently. Didn t know if this book would be anything different to all the literature out there on the Yorkshire ripper but it was For the first time this was about the victims and their families which has previously been neglected Excellent book really well written and provides the reader with truths regarding the victims that have for many years not well publicised or even incorrectly given by the press Just started to read this book and it is brilliant cannot put it down Very well written and long overdue Puts to rest the misogyny that somehow sex workers are less deserving of protection and or justice. Captivating book. Really thorough re visit of Peter Sutcliffe s crimes and the story of all the victims and their loved ones Very interesting to learn how families are affected by the murder of their mum, their daughter Heartbreaking to hear how some lives fell apart following the murder of their mum Wilma McCann.Graphic details of the Ripper murders are given, so not for the faint hearted but a very well written book.Recommended read. Much Has Been Written About The Brutal Crimes Of Peter Sutcliffe, The Yorkshire Ripper, And Years After He Was Sentenced To Life Imprisonment For The Murder Of Women Scarcely A Week Goes By Without Some Mention Of Him In The Media In Any Story Featuring Sutcliffe, However, His Victims Are Incidental, Often Reduced To A Tableau Of Nameless Faces But Each Woman Was Much Than The Manner Of Her Death, And In Somebody S Mother, Somebody S Daughter, Carol Ann Lee Tells, For The First Time, The Stories Of Those Women Who Came Into Sutcliffe S Murderous Orbit, Restoring Their Individuality To Them And Giving A Voice To Their Families, Including The Children Whom He Left Motherless Based On Previously Unpublished Material And Fresh Firsthand Interviews, The Audiobook Examines The Yorkshire Ripper Story From A New Perspective Focusing On The Women And Putting The Listener In A Similar Position To Those Who Lived Through That Time The Killer, Although We Know His Identity, Remains A Shadowy Figure Throughout, Present Only As The Perpetrator Of The Attacks By Talking To Survivors And Their Families, And To The Families Of The Murdered Women, Carol Ann Lee Gets To The Core Truths Of Their Lives And Experiences, Not Only At The Hands Of Sutcliffe But Also With The Yorkshire Police And Their Crass And Ham Fisted Handling Of The Case, Where The Women Were Put Into Two Categories Prostitutes And Non Prostitutes In This Audiobook They Are Simply Women, And All Have Moving Backstories The Grim Reality Is That Not Enough Has Changed Within Society To Make The Angle This Audiobook Takes On The Yorkshire Ripper Case A Purely Historical One Recent News Stories Have Shown That Women And Girls Who Come Forward To Report Serious Crimes Of A Sexual Nature Are Often Judged As Harshly And Often So Than The Men Who Have Wronged Them The Rochdale Sex Abuse Scandal, The Allegations Against Harvey Weinstein And The US President S Deplorable Comments About Women Are Vivid Reminders That Those In Positions Of Power Regard Women As Second Class Citizens At The Same Time, The Discussions Arising From These Recent Stories, And Much Of The Reporting, Show That Women Are Judged Today As Much On Their Preferences, Habits And Appearance As They Were At The Time Of The Yorkshire Ripper Attacks The Son Of Wilma McCann, Sutcliffe S First Known Murder Victim, Told The Author, We Still Have A Very Long Way To Go , And In That Regard He Is Correct Hard Hitting And Wholly Unique In Approach, This Timely Audiobook Sheds New Light On A Case That Still Grips The Nation

About the Author: Carol Ann Lee

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