Jack the Ripper: Lighthearted Friend

Jack the Ripper: Lighthearted Friend - Richard Wallace There is a good chance that I'm just far too easily amused, but I actually loved the completely insanse, but nonetheless very original idea of (hidden) confessions of the Ripper murders anagrammatically incorporated into Lewis Carroll's books, letters and just about everything he ever wrote. However, the fact that he formed sentences using letters which, when rearranged in various ways, can form other (far less sensible) sentences is actually not enough to convince me that Carroll WAS, in fact, Jack the Ripper.

In any case, the only thing this books succeeded is to sort of ruin The Jabberwocky for me.